Operating System – Haiku


Haiku, an open source operating system specifically targetting personal computing. Haiku is fast, efficient, simple to use, easy to learn, and yet very powerful system for computer users of all levels. Haiku project consists of a single team writing everything from the kernel, drivers, userland service, tool kit, and graphics stack to the included desktop applications and preflets. While numerous open source projects are utilized in Haiku, they are integrated seamlessly.

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Table of Content

  1. Basic Usage
  2. Generic Administration
  3. Package Installation
  4. Application Development
  5. Special Purpose
  6. Kernel Hacking


  1. Introduction to Haiku Operating System
  2. Introduction to Haiku Shell
  3. Introduction to Haiku Graphical Interface
  4. Haiku API and Object-Oriented Design
  5. Haiku User Management
  6. Administrating and Monitoring Haiku Process

Installing Haiku

  1. Haiku on VirtualBox
  2. Haiku on QEMU
  3. Haiku on VMware
  4. Haiku on Xen

Generic Administration

File and Folder

  1. Archive and Compression
  2. Mount and Unmounting ISO
  3. Split and Join Files

Audio and Video

Web and Internet

System Administration

  1. Install Haiku Alongside Other Operating System

Package Installation


Application Development


Special Purpose


Kernel Hacking