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sid123



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Well Many of us have created OSes (at least ASM guys),
And here's mine (CLI mostly), borrowed some code from MikeOS (BASIC Interpreter,ELF Loader, Serial Ports), rest all written by Myself
Joshua's MEMEDIT running under my OS :
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The CLI :
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During times of adversities :
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So let's see what you have made.......
[May it be a simple OS, But yeah if it's an OS, then AWESOME Cool]

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Here you go, full multitasking and a very basic java vm... Very buggy though... This screen shot was taken a while ago, but really all that's changed is more under the counter features, and this one was already uploaded so...

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Post 19 Sep 2013, 02:41
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mbr_tsr



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yo man
is your OS open source?
the source is in gorf32.zip has all the .ASM and .BAS files
Nice!
what is it based on
dreams
nice
do you like space?
space? like the cosmos?
yeah
yes, i have a Carl Sagan Cosmos book, i base my book design on his.
nice
i think the universe is a doughnut the center collapses and the edges expand, yet that is only theory, havn't proven it.
do you party man?
what language is your os programmed in
Im running it in virtualbox right now
September 7th, 9:58pm
do you smoke a pipe
September 7th, 11:13pm
i use cancer treatment and mad science treatment on my third tongue{y}
i saw a rodent in the sky
who are you married to
it had wings and sharp teeth
i am married to belzebub
do you like rodents
beelzebub the god?
we do not police the world. if we did they wouldnt be aiming rockets everywhere.
September 8th, 8:43am
who is we
and who are they
September 8th, 11:02am
is this really happening
when will the bugs be out
the bugs
the man wants us to work so we can contribute to his mess
September 8th, 1:18pm
do you like rap music
September 8th, 7:34pm
yo man
do you use irc
September 8th, 8:36pm
i don't know i am making an OS lot of background processes.
you should add a weet point system
the more power you gain
the more weet points
that is not a new idea, there is a built in CPU
interesting
like a car with no breaks men i can't stop
September 9th, 2:28pm
you have a cool beard
like a wizard
we are wizars
wizards
September 9th, 3:33pm
wizards know the aches of bad weather and learn a lesson in life they compete with unbeatable forces.
September 9th, 4:57pm
wizards never really die
i'm trying to perfect a spell to use when my adrenaline level is high
it can make me explode like a grenade
but the downside is i die
i want to use it for good though
September 9th, 7:52pm
think of all the words that rhyme with "unite" "fly" and "cricket" write a poen callit AtomiKhemistry 1.0
*poem
why do i write a poem
will it be in your OS?
I did my best
September 10th, 9:57pm
all hail shawn
you are the king of my dream world
right now i am taking some notes writing some stuff, busy, i plan on a big return, and it is on top of many years hard work, so i hope everyone loves it like sugar daddys.
very cool
September 17th, 12:18am
are you good at photoshop or gimp
September 17th, 8:40pm
http://www.angelfire.com/empire/serpentis666/Satan.html
Satan
www.angelfire.com
Wednesday 10:42pm
https://soundcloud.com/this-deep-well/ponder
Ponder
soundcloud.com
song about a rhino
Monday 1:48am
what would you do if i died
i would feel like beating your head with a baseball bat and wake you up.
i wanna smoke tobacco
do you have kids?
tobacco is used to replace gold and platinum, and expensive travels and bananadine.
i have over 100 kids
kids need to learn ABC's 123's and count 1=low 2=medium 3=high count to 3
don't worry
they're demigods
so they can learn fast
i know a girl who likes you
to sleep
absorb 1000 college books and know it like your own hand
you have kids with that goddess
do you like the company of strong men?
about an hour ago
She is a MerMaid from 800BC a dolphin with a womans face and a zoo in bed our 2 suns.
she has the power to bare your children
Satan grants many rewards for powerful beings such as us
do you use irc
i get killed in IRC no move lips type 1 thing and bet Blocked, because was a phreaker hacker in the 80's they fear i will Crash them or brainwash kids virus shit, so NO IRC
aw man
irc isn't bad
we run it on BSD server
no hackers
tell me when u have kids
with goddess
no hackers that's why i don't go there, goddess has a red dot in her panties.
oh
what does this mean
The Goddess is from the 8th century BC when Homer wrote the Oddesy and Iliad, ancient artifacts from 800 bears before Christ was Born, satanic ritual mirrors.
*years
what does she want
does she want your seed
the burden is the stone wheel is ice cold burns the skin and i have to turn it, heavy while Gods get Angry in deathly breezes these tymes of yearz.
you make children then
the clock tick tock tick tock
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shutdownall



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What did you smoke today - I want to have the same stuff. Shocked Very Happy Cool
Post 24 Sep 2013, 21:35
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This is screenshot of my OS Very Happy[/img]
(In Indonesian Very Happy )


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ivan_tux wrote:
This is screenshot of my OS Very Happy[/img]
(In Indonesian Very Happy )

very nice!

project page?
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sid123



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ivan_tux wrote:
This is screenshot of my OS Very Happy[/img]
(In Indonesian Very Happy )

THAT'S JUST GREAT! How did you make that? Linux Distro?

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Cool Dex4u!!
I think there is a really great and huge potential for your DexOS!!

In fact, I just joined your forum several days ago.
Is DexOS under BSD or GPL license?
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sleepsleep wrote:
Cool Dex4u!!
I think there is a really great and huge potential for your DexOS!!

In fact, I just joined your forum several days ago.
Is DexOS under BSD or GPL license?

Thanks sleepsleep, its under the same license as fasm.
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sid123



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Hey Guys This is my own personalized MikeOS Distro :
The best is the newfont I added:
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I haven't uploaded the Source yet, Razz
Checkout on posx86.codeplex.com

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glad to see that, sid123

i still wish to know ivan_tux os =) looks very nice,
pretty awesome if it is on its own kernel, not linux based. =)
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sid123



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Yep, even I am eager to know what is kernel is based on....
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Dex4u



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Nice work sid123.
I would say it's not real, just images see here: https://ivion.codeplex.com/team/view
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@Dex4u
Dex Server is pretty cool, and the Dex GUI is sleek,
Although for most people writing an OS in assembler is a overkill,
But you proved that a lot of awesome stuff could be done only using assembly.......
Did you release any new versions this year? Planning for new stuff?

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sid123 wrote:
@Dex4u
Dex Server is pretty cool, and the Dex GUI is sleek,
Although for most people writing an OS in assembler is a overkill,
But you proved that a lot of awesome stuff could be done only using assembly.......
Did you release any new versions this year? Planning for new stuff?

Thanks sid123, my new ver is porting DexOS to ARM and the raspberry pi.
I also used it to help people code bare metal on the raspberry pi.

http://www.dex-os.com/DexBasic/DexBasic.htm
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Cool! I saw your page. Are you planning to implement "IF" and "ELSE" in DexBASIC. It would be cool after that. Then we could write OSes in BASIC! That would probably make developing on RPi a heck lot easier, Also the OS would be easily portable, Porting it to another architecture would involve changing a bit of functions and 1,2,3! the OS would be ported to a new platform. I see no problem in using this for my OS. Also I guess for tough work you could always use assembly, and the rest DexBasic does it!
Also I got a simple Window Manager Working: (Haven't Released it yet)
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sid123 wrote:
Cool! I saw your page. Are you planning to implement "IF" and "ELSE" in DexBASIC. It would be cool after that. Then we could write OSes in BASIC! That would probably make developing on RPi a heck lot easier, Also the OS would be easily portable, Porting it to another architecture would involve changing a bit of functions and 1,2,3! the OS would be ported to a new platform. I see no problem in using this for my OS. Also I guess for tough work you could always use assembly, and the rest DexBasic does it!
Also I got a simple Window Manager Working: (Haven't Released it yet)
Image

Cool that looks very nice, i did not add "if else" etc, as i think its just as easy to use assembly for that.
But one of our team members (timfv) did add them see here:
www.dexbasic.tf-v.com/DexBasic.zip
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Old ARM OS/Bare-Metal examples.

sid123: If-else macros? To my knowledge, I'm the first/only one in this community who makes real macro language/s: .if/.else/.while/.repeat/etc for X86+ARM, aside from the macros included with FASM+ARM. For years, I've searched this message board and have not found any good runtime macros so I had to learn/write everything by myself. By this time, I've contributed 1,000s of unique macros.

Dex4u: What's up? Cool
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i did not add "if else" etc, as i think its just as easy to use assembly for that
Do you even know what a macro is? I wish you would learn the absolute minimal essentials of macros. Or just use the ones provided by experienced programmers.. Whoever wrote your macros doesn't know what they're doing (search DexBasicTFV for "then"), although beginners may be impressed. You have users in the RPI community convinced that you're an authoritative figure on the subject of macros/languages and they're using the imm32 macro for byte values which produces an extra 3 instructions, 12 bytes. It would be best to use macros written by experienced macro writers like Tomasz, revolution and me. I present code with the hopes that someone like you will distribute it, but you must be able to recognize quality. If you want to give credit, use the name "Unknown Artist".

Good luck!


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