To Haiku, or not to Haiku, that is the question.

Anyone of you have experience with Haiku, or its predecessor BeOS? I'm very tempted to try this out, looks like a very straightforward installation process [http://haiku-os.org/get-haiku/installation-guide], with just manual pre-partitioning and post-installation GRUB entry.

If I was smart and capable, I'd take over the now vanished Haiku ARM port attempt [https://www.haiku-os.org/tags/arm], then put it on my still-in-a-box-somewhere-in-China Raspberry Pi. Wouldn't that be something.

But I am not very smart nor capable, thus I'll try this out on VirtualBox.

How a volunteer crew brought a crack operating system back
 

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Geek? Yes _X_ No ___ Techie? Yes _X_ No ___ Smart? Yes ___ No _X_

 

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