Le Thu, 23 Apr 2009 07:12:51 -0700, scott mc <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit : > On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 6:58 AM, Rybin Valeriy > <walera@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Dear All, > > > > I work in computers company in Russia. Our company produce > > notebooks. We preinstall on our notebooks three variants of > > operating systems: Windows, Linux and DOS. We want preinstall Haiku > > instead of DOS. I think current status of Haiku acceptable for it. > > Is it possible? Haiku team allow to our company preinstall Haiku OS? > > > Just wondering, how many computers does your company produce in a > year? Haiku is getting updated several times per day, how do you plan > to support that? Haiku is MIT licensed so you are free to preinstall > it, just know that Haiku is still pre-alpha, and will change. > Have you tried installing Haiku onto them yet? If so can you post the > output of listdev so we can see what devices are in it? (in terminal > type listdev, then copy/paste that into an email) That might help in > seeing what hardware is working and what's not for that model. > -scottmc > I guess we can't be worse than dos regarding supported hardware anyways :) PulkoMandy - Adrien GSoC student.