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  • #21
    Originally posted by teknoraver View Post
    It works != it's good. Vbox is ways slower than KVM:
    Point taken, thanks for the interesting performance data.

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    • #22
      Who is using OS/2?
      Why was it needed or did they even spend time working on it instead of fixing more bugs or getting more usable functionality?
      Have I missed something? Has IBM resurrected OS/2? Last news I heard is they've gone linux-is-not-unix by purchasing Redhat...

      Why did it (OS/2) even deserve mentioning in the media?

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      • #23
        Originally posted by DanglingPointer View Post
        Who is using OS/2?
        Why was it needed or did they even spend time working on it instead of fixing more bugs or getting more usable functionality?
        Have I missed something? Has IBM resurrected OS/2? Last news I heard is they've gone linux-is-not-unix by purchasing Redhat...

        Why did it (OS/2) even deserve mentioning in the media?
        OS/2 Warp 4.5 is still running out there in ATM's and various industrial applications. (I have it running in Virtual Box today)

        OS/2 Warp 5 is now called ArcaOS and IBM (which still owns the rights) has outsourced support and development to a company called Arca Noae.

        Still available for purchase and with the recent enhancements runs on most modern hardware.

        https://www.arcanoae.com

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        • #24
          Originally posted by q2dg View Post
          The ticket was closed as "working" with Wayland. You can stop waiting now.
          • Status changed from new to closed
          • Resolution set to fixed
          • Summary changed from VB Video driver should support Wayland to VB Video driver should support Wayland -> fixed

          2D support has been working with Wayland for years now. With 6.0 you can get 3D support using VMSVGA.

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