EyeOS : A WebOS To get Around Those firewalls.

25 09 2006

EyeOS : A WebOS That Actually Works [via] méprisant

Mepreisant has posted a wonderfull review and how to, on EyeOS.


A WebOS as I understand it is a software platform that emulates an operating system in its very basic form through a web browser. EyeOS is probably the best designed WebOS. It is open source and does not necessarily have to be installed on an FTP. One can can an EyeOS server from their own computer and access it from anywhere. The more important point is that EyeOS actually works. The screenshots below are for the EyeOS Miniserver (the version that can be installed on a computer rather than on an FTP).
Note: The Miniserver does require that the .NET framework be installed.

Create root password

Create new user(s)

The EyeOS desktop

EyeNav : The web browser


Private and Public documents

Message board functionality

EyeOS applications available

Themes and credits

All said and done, I rather like EyeOS. It’s easy to install, works behind a firewall and gets the job done.

Seems like a great idea to me. I’ll test it out and post the lag time vs the capabilities to be free while at work or behind a school firewall.

Keep Knowledge Free!!



4 responses

25 05 2007

this is awsome

25 05 2007

this is awsome!

25 05 2007


15 06 2012

You really make it seem so easy together with your presentation however I in finding this matter to be really something that I think I might by no means understand. It seems too complex and very huge for me. I am having a look ahead to your subsequent post, Iˇ¦ll attempt to get the hold of it!

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