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royce



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docs for menuet64
DOCS for menuet64
Where can I find DOCS for menuet64 and the kernal sources?
Royce
Post 02 Sep 2012, 00:10
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Dex4u



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Re: docs for menuet64

royce wrote:
DOCS for menuet64
Where can I find DOCS for menuet64 and the kernal sources?
Royce


You can see the web site for doc's and 64bit ver is closed source
http://www.menuetos.net/
Post 02 Sep 2012, 15:50
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royce



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I got all the docs I found, not a lot.
Why is menuet64 closed source?, nenuet32 isn't
Royce.
Post 02 Sep 2012, 17:05
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JohnFound



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Because Ville doesn't wants to open them.
Post 02 Sep 2012, 19:52
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royce



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Any body know of another place to find more docs for menuet?
Eoyce
Post 03 Sep 2012, 01:41
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Madis731



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You can always ask Ville. Depending on what your intentions are, he might just let you take a glimpse Smile

Seriously, if you want to learn OS dev, then 32-bit version of Menuet is just as good. You will still learn the basics. Is there something specific you need to ask? Maybe there are other resources for that.
Post 03 Sep 2012, 11:20
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royce



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We have the 32bit version.
We are more interested in the 64bit version, since that is the newer technology. We don't see any reason to deal with 32bits, it will be a thing of the past before long.
We also have several 64bit and's anyway.
Royce
Post 03 Sep 2012, 16:21
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