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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4
First release will be Christmas, or before Wink.

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Post 16 Dec 2004, 23:55
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bubach



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i hope that i will be the first to test it? Wink
Post 17 Dec 2004, 07:37
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jas20



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*gets given a huge box*
Oh thanks mum, what is it?
*shakes it*
It sure is big!
*unwraps*
Hmmm....
*unwraps again*
What the?
*continues unwraping*
--10 hours later
Ohh thanks I have always wanted a dos extreme / 'codename v3os' floppy!

Jas20
Post 17 Dec 2004, 13:11
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bubach



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bubach
lol..
Post 17 Dec 2004, 13:37
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4
bubach, as the only other member of the Dev team "Team v3os" you will be the first to test it Wink.
jas20 Laughing .

PS: I hope people do not expect to much, it's only a tester of things to come Wink.

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Post 17 Dec 2004, 16:50
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bubach



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I think that everybody knows that.. But its better than nothing...
Post 17 Dec 2004, 17:29
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vid
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Quote:
So how many of you would use a pmode Dos with up to 4GB of memory, but with all Dos functions, with modern drivers eg: USB etc, and that does not run on top of windows, ??????????.

I would like it in real mode. I know it is unsuitable for users, but really fun to code for Smile
Post 17 Dec 2004, 17:34
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4
What about unreal mode.

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Post 17 Dec 2004, 17:59
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vid
Verbosity in development


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of course, same as RM for me but problem with vulnerablility will stay. And coders will loose the fun of initializing unreal mode themself Smile
Post 17 Dec 2004, 21:20
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ASHLEY4



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vid,If you like programming for Dos, you will love v3os Smile.

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Post 17 Dec 2004, 22:21
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vid
Verbosity in development


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what's that?
Post 18 Dec 2004, 11:06
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bubach



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The codename for the next v2os version..
http://www.v2os.cx/
Post 18 Dec 2004, 11:08
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jas20



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Quote:
bubach, as the only other member of the Dev team "Team v3os" you will be the first to test it Wink.
jas20 Laughing .

PS: I hope people do not expect to much, it's only a tester of things to come Wink.

What did I miss?

I'm not developing for v3os yet (i need some ground to get started).

But WHY did i see my 'name'? Shocked Better not be bad Sad

I'm not expecting too much because it is the first release OR is it not?

Jas20
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ASHLEY4



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jas20 wrote:
*gets given a huge box*
Oh thanks mum, what is it?
*shakes it*
It sure is big!
*unwraps*
Hmmm....
*unwraps again*
What the?
*continues unwraping*
--10 hours later
Ohh thanks I have always wanted a dos extreme / 'codename v3os' floppy!

Jas20


jas20, i was Laughing, at your above joke!.

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Post 18 Dec 2004, 14:11
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gumletis



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gumletis
i wanna change to some sort of dos, but the problem is that i also wanna go on the internet and surf... What the hell do i gonna do about it?
Post 21 Dec 2004, 15:46
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ASHLEY4



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You can go on the internet with Dos, there lots of people that do heres some links:
http://www.fdisk.com/doslynx/
http://home.arachne.cz/

Also v3os will be able to go on the net, and v3os can run on Dos, so you will have the best of both worlds.

Look out in the coming days for the first release here: http://www.v2os.cx/

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Post 21 Dec 2004, 18:51
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ASHLEY4



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You can get the first release here: http://www.falconrybells.co.uk/

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dieboy



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dieboy
I like DOS very much. Using this system i learned asm, c, oh... sweet times Very Happy
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Bitdog



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BIOS hasn't died.
It comes on every x86 computer intel & their colones make.
So I would like to see an Unreal mode OS based on existing BIOS
functions that are well documented & supported by some interrupts
that do Disk Opperateing & program with FASM.
UBDOS = Unreal Bios & Disk Opperating System.

But I haven't got around to doing it myself (damn it).
I got a cheepo OS I made to run, but it just viewed existing memory
& regs.

Oh well, there's always tomorrow..........
Post 05 Feb 2005, 12:07
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ASHLEY4



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@Bitdog, I am a fan of unreal mode, but i still think its better in the long run, to make a 32bit pmode dos like OS, like DexOS (short for "Dos Extreme") Wink .
Thats why a team of us are making such a OS, it what dos would of been had M$ not killed it Crying or Very sad although they did bring it back as the Xbox Smile.

Screenshot by jas2o:
http://jas2o.f2g.net/dex/scr/
DexOS forum:
http://dex.7.forumer.com/

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