coconut at pritchard.ca
Mon Dec 15 08:25:34 EST 2008
As far as I have read in this mailing list, the specifications of the
DriveWire protocol are available on the Cloud-9 website, and if I
understand from the Cloud-9 site, and the postings in this list, we
are free to develop DriveWire servers for whatever OS we want. It is
the client that is what is kept locked up a little and I respect that,
since not everyone has a Windows or Mac computer, which I believe are
the two server platforms supported out of Cloud-9.
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On 15-Dec-08, at 1:46 AM, Michael Robinson wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-12-15 at 01:34 -0600, Sean wrote:
>> I wish BeOS would have made it. That was a neat one 10 years ago.
>> the Intel demo version, never had the money to invest in a BeBox.
>> Personally I would have called it the spiritual sucessor to the CoCo.
>> (for one, just because not enough people loved it. :)
>> It's multitasking could run circles around Windows at the time: 3D
>> demos, while playing multiple video and audio files at the same time.
>> The demo would run well on a Pentium or PII system, with a standard
>> VGA card, and sound most likely through older Soundblaster cards.
>> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 1:19 AM, Mike Pepe <lamune at doki-doki.net>
> Well. ReactOS isn't BeOS but if it stabilizes it could potentially
> perform better than MS Windows. I'd just like to see drivewire
> server run on it. The specs for ReactOS are lower than Linux,
> which is not saying much considering how unstable it is right
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