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BeOS and R5
As a last-ditch effort to increase interest in the failing operating system, Be Inc. released a stripped-down, but free, copy of BeOS R5 known as BeOS Personal Edition ( BeOS PE ).
In 1998, the system was ported to the Intel x86 architecture, and PowerPC support was reduced, finally being dropped after BeOS R5.
The PowerPC version of BeOS R5 will not be supported.
These include additional filesystem drivers and media codec add-ons, although the only affected add-ons for BeOS R5 not easily re-implemented are Indeo 5 media decoders for which no specification exists.
Audio drivers using API versions prior to BeOS R5 are as-yet unsupported, and unlikely to be so ; however, R5-era drivers work.
BeOS R5 is the final version of BeOS from Be Inc ..
R5 was the 4th major release of BeOS for a public audience, and the 6th since it left developer-only stages.
R5 was the first release of BeOS for x86 to have a freely downloadable version which could be fully installed on a user's hard drive ; previous versions had a free Live CD download, which could not be installed.
R5 was also to be the last version to support the PowerPC architecture which BeOS had originated on, including the company's own BeBox hardware.
A widely leaked version of BeOS that had been seeded to developers, codenamed Dano, carried many new features, and a build ID indicating it was BeOS R5. 1. 0.
A new commercial venture, ZETA, is an operating system that appears to be based on the Dano codebase, and has been accepted by some BeOS users as a successor to R5.
zh: BeOS R5
NetPositive 2. 2 on BeOS R5.
Official Indeo 5 decoders exist for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS Classic, BeOS R5 and the XAnim player on Unix.

BeOS and is
BeOS is an operating system for personal computers which began development by Be Inc. in 1991.
The company was acquired by Palm Inc. and today BeOS is mainly used and developed by a small population of enthusiasts.
The open-source OS Haiku is designed to start up where BeOS left off.
It is a cross-platform project that allows the game to be played on BeOS, FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Windows rather than DOS.
ACCESS Systems Americas, Inc. ( formerly PalmSource ) is a subsidiary of ACCESS which develops the Palm OS PDA operating system and its successor, the Access Linux Platform, as well as BeOS.
The compiler is highly portable, and is known to be run on AmigaOS, BeOS, HP-UX 9, Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, Solaris, Win32, Win16 and MS-DOS.
The x86 distribution is compatible with BeOS at both source and binary level.
Like BeOS, it is written primarily in C ++ and provides an object-oriented API.
Syllable makes heavy use of C ++ and for that reason is often compared to BeOS.
He is most famous for founding Be Inc., creators of the BeOS computer operating system.
Simutrans is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, BeOS, Intel Mac OS X, iPhone and recently AmigaOS 4. x under the Artistic License which was adopted in 2007.
Simutrans is multilingual and is compiled for Microsoft Windows, Linux, BeOS / Haiku, Mac OS X and AmigaOS 4. x which make use of several graphics libraries such as GDI ( Windows only ), SDL ( all versions ) or Allegro ( BeOS only ).
NetPositive ( often called Net +) is the default browser that comes with the Be Operating System ( BeOS ).
NetPositive originally was the only web browser available for BeOS, but that is no longer the case.
It is still included in ZETA as the default browser for opening saved files and links from other applications, due to unfinished implementation of the native OS bindings in Mozilla Firefox for BeOS.
It is a cross-platform media player, with versions for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, BSD, Solaris, iOS, Syllable, BeOS, MorphOS, QNX and eComStation.
The default GUI is based on Qt 4 for Windows and Linux, Cocoa for Mac OS X, and Be API on BeOS ; but all give a similar standard interface.
Haiku is a free and open source operating system compatible with BeOS.

BeOS and last
The idea was eventually ported to other operating systems, such as DOS, OS / 2, Windows NT, BeOS, AmigaOS, MorphOS and Mac OS X ( the last one being a UNIX OS ).

BeOS and official
The official FIGlet FTP site includes precompiled ports for the Acorn, Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, BeOS, Macintosh, MS-DOS, NextStep, OS / 2, and Windows platforms, as well as a reimplementation in Perl ( Text :: FIGlet ).

BeOS and version
Be Inc. also released a stripped-down version of BeOS for Internet Appliances ( BeIA ), which soon became the company's business focus in place of BeOS.
* BeOS Revision 4 and later for x86 based computers ( where it replaced the Portable Executable format ; the PowerPC version stayed with Preferred Executable Format ).
As of version 4. 0, programs that use the library work on DOS, Microsoft Windows, BeOS,, and various Unix-like systems with ( or without ) X Window System, abstracting their application programming interfaces ( APIs ) into one portable interface.
The current version of Allegro supports Unix ( Linux, FreeBSD, Irix, Solaris, Darwin ), Windows ( MSVC, MinGW, Cygwin, Borland C ++), Mac OS X and, up to the 4. 2 version, BeOS, QNX, and DOS ( DJGPP, Watcom ).
Switching to the newer version 4 of GCC breaks compatibility with BeOS software ; therefore Haiku supports being built as a hybrid GCC4 / GCC2 environment.
BeIA, or BeOS for Internet Appliances, was a minimized version of Be Inc .' s BeOS operating system for embedded systems.
* Pre 1. 0 build-reports to be 4. 5. 2, this is likely a hang over from the BeOS version.
Kung-Fu Master was ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, BeOS x86, Commodore 64, DOS, Java, Linux, NES / Famicom, MSX ( Irem / ASCII version as Seiken Achō ), PlayChoice-10 ( arcade, nearly the same as the NES version ), Sega SG-1000, Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Windows.
BeOS included a version of virtual folders referred to as " saved queries ", that has since influenced the development of virtual folder features in operating systems like Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.

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