10 steps to getting a Haiku VM running

Posted by mcasperson on Aug 31, 2011 12:59 PM EDT
Brighthub; By Matthew Casperson
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BeOS was one of those promising operating systems that never really managed to gain any kind of market share. The Haiku project has taken it upon themselves to continue the development of BeOS, and has slowly been making their way to a version 1.0 release.

If you want to see what all the fuss is about, the easiest way is to download a preconfigured VitrualBox disk Hiaku disk image from virtualboxes.org. This will save you the trouble of installing Hiaku for yourself, and in just 10 easy steps you can have a Haiku vitrual machines up and running.

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