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ASM-Man



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I'm a bit tired of Linux/Windows. I'd like to try new operating systems. Cool Know new things. So,what do you recommend? Razz an OS that you like to use and/or think that I could try and like too. If you have time,please post some comments on OS and why do you like it Smile

The following OS's list(more common) that I already know,so can't be recommend more: Microsoft Windows,Mac OS,*BSD. There is FreeDOS,Plan 9,Inferno OS too which I have used on VM.

Thanks in advance. Very Happy

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Post 28 Jan 2013, 06:26
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JohnFound



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KolibriOS of course.
Post 28 Jan 2013, 07:16
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Spool



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Post 28 Jan 2013, 07:28
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TmX



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Post 28 Jan 2013, 08:38
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OzzY



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Two promising projects:

https://www.haiku-os.org/

http://www.reactos.org/pt/index.html


But as far as usable TODAY then that's Linux.
Post 28 Jan 2013, 12:31
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MSWarrior



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You can try also Tiny Core Linux. It is only 12 megabytes GUI linux distro but also quite functional with many extensions. Also FASM works perfectly on it so not to unerestimate this feature Wink
Post 28 Jan 2013, 19:11
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Dex4u



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DexOS http://www.dex-os.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYJx2zZK7c8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdXhuZ0sAD4

Its got a cli and gui and full tcp/ip stack, plus a fasm port
It runs on both x86 and arm.
Post 28 Jan 2013, 20:39
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booter



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I think they worth a look.
1. QNX (extremely stable, free for personal use)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QNX
2. Genode (especially on NOVA) http://www.genode.org/documentation/platforms/nova
3. Qubes http://qubes-os.org/trac
(super-secure)
4. FATDOG64 http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=82355
(the best Linuz INHO)
5.HelenOS http://www.helenos.org/
(promising project)
6. Syllable http://web.syllable.org/pages/index.html
7. Oberon http://www.oberon.ethz.ch/
Post 09 Feb 2013, 08:55
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tom tobias



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This is a great thread, and wonderful topic. Thanks for starting it.....

I agree with John Found, and I appreciate the many other links, really well done....

Smile
Post 09 Feb 2013, 09:03
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ASM-Man



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Thanks all. I'II test one per one. Wink
Post 09 Feb 2013, 20:05
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Coty



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Quote:
The following OS's list(more common) that I already know,so can't be recommend more: Microsoft Windows,Mac OS,*BSD. There is FreeDOS,Plan 9,Inferno OS too which I have used on VM.


I recommend OSX, I know you said I can't, but I obviously was able to, thus defying your "can't" theory.


Now onto a more serious note, there are many good hobby OS projects, but none are developed enough for serious use or the ones that are don't have modern hardware support... However, here is a very big list of hobby OSes for you to play with.

http://wiki.osdev.org/Projects
Post 10 Feb 2013, 23:52
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