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Yellow Tab (German) had announced new ZETA 1.0 OS for X86 CPU. The commercial 32 bit OS is based on BeOS. http://www.yellowtab.com/news/article.php?id=130...
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    ZETA 1.0 OS From YellowTab


    Yellow Tab (German) had announced new ZETA 1.0 OS for X86 CPU.

    The commercial 32 bit OS is based on BeOS.

    http://www.yellowtab.com/news/article.php?id=130

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    anyone used this before? sounds no better than linux from what theyre saying about it.
    You know, aliens are going to come to earth in 50 years and kill the hell out of us for DDoSing their networks with this SETI crap
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    I heard that it was released, but haven't tried it... I also think there iss an opensource version of beos called "haiku" ( http://haiku-os.org/learn.php ). I heard about a livecd called xbeox or something too, but I downloaded it numerous times and every time K3B said the cue-file wasn't OK... There are some screenies of zeta here, but I think I'll just stick with linux/bsd, unless I get a beos livecd working... Don't remember where I heard it, but I heard that on a normal computer it could run 16 full-screen movies at the time

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