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Transcript of HAIKU OS
What's so good about Haiku anyway?
The key highlights that distinguish Haiku from other operating systems include:
• Specific focus on personal computing
• Custom kernel designed for responsiveness
• Fully threaded design for great efficiency with
• multi-processor/core CPUs
• Rich OO API for faster development
• Database-like file system (BFS) with support for indexed metadata
• Unified, cohesive interface
Haiku is supported by Haiku, Inc.,
a non-profit organization based in Rochester, New York founded in 2003 by former project leader Michael Phipps.
You can download from : http://www.haiku-os.org
No! it's not 'SEPPUKU' !
HAIKU is an open source operating system currently in development.
HAIKU's development began in 2001.
Haiku is developed in C++
and provides an object-oriented API.
The original teams developing these components
– develops the Interface, App and Support kits.
– develops the Be File System, which is mostly complete with the
– develops the Game Kit and its APIs.
– the server that handles input devices, such as keyboards
and mice, and how they communicate with other parts of the system.
– develops the kernel, the core of the operating system.
– develops the audio server and related APIs.
– implements the MIDI protocol.
– writes drivers for network devices and APIs relating to networking.
– develops OpenGL support.
– recreates the preferences suite.
– works on the print servers and drivers for printers.
– implements screen saver functionality.
– develops the storage kit and drivers for required filesystems.
– recreates the reading/writing/conversion modules for the different file formats.
• x86-32 systems, like Pentium II 400 MHz
• Memory: 128 MB, to compile Haiku within itself 1 GB
• Harddisk: 700 MB
HAIKU's Boot Screen
Open with Mozilla Bon Echo.