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Perica



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Post 07 Sep 2003, 05:16
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Matt



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I'm going to take on the task of making a File manager for the Menuet OS .

My plans are to rework the "Tinypad" program and make it into a good file utility.

IF anyone wants to help with this endevor please send e-mail to Matt - Wbshome@excite.com I'm sure to need help with pulling down a file directory and file information from a FAT32 drive. Any .asm code along those lines would be helpful.


I truly feel that the Menuet OS could grow into the best OS ever if we get a few more programmers onboard to make apps. and fix the hard disk access problem.

Thank You - WBShome - Gridworks Software

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www.sysbin.com - my system coders portal Wink
now we dont have any real things.. but on the forum we discuss proceess about creating os. http://board.sysbin.com

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