Software for Haiku OS
For those that are playing around with the (at this time) hobbyist Operating System, known as HaikuOS, I have repackaged a few important pieces of software for Haiku 4.1x+PM (Package Management versions).
Here are the links. Both from this site and HaikuWare:
If you like BeIDE, you’ll like Paladin even better. The interface is streamlined, it has some features sorely missing from BeIDE, like running a project in the Terminal, and has a bundled text editor based upon Pe.
Award winning audio player (mp3, Ogg Vorbis, wav, midi, about 15 different mod formats, and a variety of other formats) with winamp skin support, pitchcontrol, crossfading, audio effects, VST plugin support, visualization plugins, mixing, network remote control, network streaming (client AND server) and lots more.
Open Sound System (OSS) is the first attempt in unifying the digital audio architecture for UNIX. OSS is a set of device drivers that provide a uniform API across all the major UNIX architectures. It supports Sound Blaster or Windows Sound System compatible sound cards which can be plugged into any UNIX workstation supporting the ISA or PCI bus architecture. OSS also supports workstations with on-board digital audio hardware.