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      11 days ago

      Yes! And the verbosity of error messages depends on the quality of the haiku!

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    I do quite like Haiku. It’s not quite stable usable enough for me yet, but I have no doubt that I’ll be using it as a daily driver in the near future.

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        I think I probably meant usable. Essentially, the last time I tried it, software like LibreOffice wouldn’t run and I had a few minor issues with web browsing.

        It’s probably been fixed, come to think of it. Maybe I’ll give it another go.

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    I knew this still existed as a port, but I didn’t realize it seems to be actively maintained. Has anyone experience with the project to be able to confirm if they think that donations are spent judiciously? I already support a couple of other open-source projects and would love to kick a few bucks this way. In fact I just bought a couple of shirts from them, but that’s benefitting me as much as (or more than) them, so it’s a different calculus.

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    Sadly I think I threw out my BeOS 5 install CD when I moved last year. For me it was a very neat tool but Linux/KDE was superior.