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excaliber



Joined: 24 Feb 2004
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excaliber
Hi all.

I've always taken an interest in alternate OS's, and this one looks cool. I've yet to use it, Im going to burn it to a cd and load it to on VMware to test it out.

I'd also like to contribute some. I dont know ASM at all, but am willing to learn. Can Menuet use High Level languages such as C or C++? Do I have to code on Menuet, or can I code on windows then compile on Menuet?

What type of things could a newbie help out on, until I get a good grasp of ASM?

Also, any thoughts on burning a bootable image of Menuet? Maybe I missed it, but I dont think there was one. Could I install it to a virtual hardrive (in vmware) instead of booting from a cd each time? Thanks. Cant wait to get started!
Post 24 Feb 2004, 03:11
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roticv



Joined: 19 Jun 2003
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roticv
Actually you can download the floppy image and ask vmware to load the floppy image.
Post 24 Feb 2004, 12:31
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