A few questions about Haiku...
I am very impressed with Haiku. I have installed it to my Acer Aspire One, from which I am typing this now.
Haiku plays mp3 and DivX, which surprised me a lot.
Having tried ReactOS, AROS and Syllable, Haiku is in my opinion the closest Non-Linux project to being usable.
A few questions:
I installed the latest build because it supports Atheros WiFi.
Unfortunately, it did not come with a browser. So i downloaded one.
It is FireFox 220.127.116.11.
Isn't there a newer version available? It hates when I open many tabs, and punishes me by being slow.
Haiku chose to connect to my neighbor's wlan instead of mine, which is better.
How do I make it connect to my own network? (both are un-encrypted)
How can I make the browser play YouTube-videos? There was a Macromedia Flash pkg-file which I installed, but I think it's too old to play modern animations.
Is all the software for Haiku this old?
Which browser is the latest and most bug-free?
This is a really nice OS, and I will keep using it, I think.
But an OS without YouTube-support is not a Windows-killer.
So any help to make my Haiku-laptop better is very appreciated.