The Haiku operating system is a lightweight, highly responsive desktop operating system and the spiritual successor to BeOS from the 1990s. The Haiku project recently released its first beta and, while the Haiku developers have made great progress, some users still struggle with hardware compatibility. Some users are assembling a list of compatible computers and hardware that will run Haiku and posting their findings on the project's forum. "Up to now, I've been storing the new responses to a simple Google page called 'Hardware List for Haiku 10' which I don’t think anyone can effectively see or use that well, and if people are taking the time to test and contribute, it’d be nice if they can see their efforts. So, as of today, I'd actually like to also put that info here and make this a Wiki page so that anyone curious what computer models are compatible with Haiku can freely take a look..." The current list can be found in this forum thread.
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