You can pick up a bootable cd iso of BeOS personel (which runs on it’s own partition) at
And you can check out OpenBeOS at
“What does this mean for OpenBlender?” you ask? Well it means that the community can continue to develop Blender for the BeOS becuse OpenBeOS can run BeOS apps. Although OpenBeOS is still in Pre-alpha i’ll give it ayear and it will be in beta, that is if it gets enough plublicity. Linux is to hard to run. Windows is well knida boring after thirteen years. So BeOS is what I was looking for.
I hope you don’t mind me saying ‘OpenBlender’ it’s just that it is!!!