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Haiku OS Ported To Intel 64-Bit Architecture 101

Posted by Soulskill
from the five-and-seven-syllables-at-a-time dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The BeOS-compatible Haiku OS operating system has been ported to x86_64. As part of the Google Summer of Code, a student made a 64-bit port of the kernel and user-space and it's now working. However, not all of the BeOS apps and drivers are yet working in 64-bit mode."
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Haiku OS Ported To Intel 64-Bit Architecture

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