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sid123



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sid123
Well I found these :
xOS 0.2 by me239 > http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=13249
posx86 by sid123 (me!) > http://posx86.codeplex.com
DexOS by Dex4u > http://dex-os.com
TitanOS by Tomasz Grysztar (Creator of FASM) > http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=153 (He was known as Privalov I guess)
MikeOS32 by Mike Gonta > http://mikegonta.com
Miraculix OS by Kreoton > http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=2013
I would keep updating this list as I find stuff.
But I would like the forum users to contribute to this list.

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Dex4u



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I also did a basic Dos clone, only 2k in size, called MiniDos.
See here: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=38859#38859
Post 17 Nov 2013, 12:08
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Mike Gonta



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sid123 wrote:
Well I found these :
MikeOS32 by Mike Gonta > http://mikegonta.com
MikeOS32 is only a translation (from RM16 to PM32) of the existing real mode OS MikeOS written by Mike Saunders.
I also did a very simple conversion of the code (which only involves the assembler specific directives) from NASM to FASM.

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Post 17 Nov 2013, 12:25
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sid123



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@Dex4u Great! I heard you had made a bootable web browser?
@Mike Gonta aeBIOS makes me wonder a lot, Is it an interrupt handler
that has it's own interrupts or It uses the BIOS Interrupts, In PM32 without switching to RM. How is that possible? Where is aeBIOS stored? I don't see
any aeBIOS.bin file? Is it stored in the boot sector? I am excited a lot to learn about aeBIOS.

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Dex4u



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sid123 wrote:
@Dex4u Great! I heard you had made a bootable web browser?
Thanks.
Yes, thats right i may still have it some where.
Also there was a 32bit pm, dos called dos2x.
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