LoL wrote:Many moons ago, I had it on a PII/800
It seemed to work okay, but I could never really figure out what to do with it, there not actually being enough software available to make it more than an amusing excercise in cramming yet another OS onto the system , so I really can't tell you how well it'll run on something like that ... just that it will run on it
 As I recall, I had DOS, 4DOS, WfW/3.11, Win98, XP, QNX RTOS Suite, some linux or other and BeOS on that box
Grimnir512 wrote:I managed to get it installed. It's running pretty nippily at the moment, and apparently there are three wireless cards available that work with it, so I'm going to get one and have a proper system
LoL wrote:I don't know that you wouldn't be better off with Haiku than BeOS, in the long run though - At least Haiku is still under development and, if it forks too far from its origins, you may, ultimately, find yourself left out in the cold, software-wise, if you stick with BeOS
Grimnir512 wrote:I would switch to Haiku but [...] it doesn't yet have a wireless stack, and wireless is practically a must in my house because the router is in such an awkward place that running a cable to the laptop is infeasible.
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