BeOS

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Jay Cline
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BeOS

Post by Jay Cline » Sat Jul 25, 2015 11:00 am

Found a BeOS installer from the 90's for PowerPC while going through my stuff. This allowed you to run the BeOS on a PowerPC Mac. Be wanted to become the new Mac OS but Steve Job's NeXt beat them out. Can't find my Be t-shirt. Zen geek. I think it's interesting what happens if you click this link to the NeXt website: http://www.next.com

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Re: BeOS

Post by Stephen Hart » Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:55 pm

Can you install this using one of the virtual machine thingys on a modern Mac? Some people do that with older OS X versions.
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