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Tomasz Grysztar
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For anyone that doesn't know it yet: MenuetOS is an operating system fully written in assembly language (using the fasm compiler) and distributed under the GPL. Its homepage is http://www.menuetos.org/.
Post 17 Jun 2003, 10:02
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hi, all
thanks for this forum. my mouth finally open up!
i knew some asm-oses.

http://uuu.sf.net
http://www.v2os.cx
http://retro.tunes.org

all of these os using nasm.
btw, i think fasm should not remain as just low level language.
people's prejudice about assembler is awful.
fasm must be visualized, not alone, but with operating system.
i.e. visualize asm-os and assembler mutually.
assembler still need something that we all knew it, but can't tell it detail..

to me, i am real old newbie. just for test post.
Post 18 Jun 2003, 10:33
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Anonymous wrote:
i think fasm should not remain as just low level language.
people's prejudice about assembler is awful.

I guess people in that meaning are HLL developers, the distinctiveness and strength of fasm is that it's so low level. fasm is the flat assembler, it's plain assmebler (and a more than sufficient macro abillity). Please tell me what stereotypes you've head, it can't be anything like "you can't do that in asm", because, asm is just the step above machine code, and HLL apps are at some level translated to machine code (even java, it's interprented but the result is "a few" Rolling Eyes of machine code instructions).

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Post 18 Jun 2003, 10:47
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in retro, we've talked about simplicity and flexibility.
the record is gone, but i felt something.
(current forum in retro is new one.)

i love the power of wiki. this is roughly visualization of mine.
http://retro.tunes.org/wiki/index.php?title=Visualization
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I managed my ADSL Modem: 4-port FE Wireless ADSL2/2+ Router. It supports
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ADSL, ADSL2/2+ and other international standards
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Built-in PPPoE. Connect with ISP automatically when computer starts
Executing "subst a: [usb_floppy_driver_name:]\". Executing "MenuetOS Disk Writer" and writing M6409886.img to a diskette in drive A:. Editing CONFIG.MNT and setting network ip.
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