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maslan



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hi all

i think menuetos needs some modification


1- it needs a stronger filesystem rather than fat16
2- it needs to be able to be installed on hd rather than fd
3- it needs a bootloader u can use an opensource loader like lilo with menuetos
4- it needs to have a better look file explorer
5- you can use wine source code to create an emulator to menuetos so that it will be able to run win32 apps
see www.reactos.org for more information

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Post 08 Sep 2003, 04:57
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what do u think ?

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Post 08 Sep 2003, 04:59
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maslan wrote:
what do u think ?


I am absolutely sure, the people writing MenuetOS know all this very well. (Maybe except WINE - BTW C project AFAIK Very Happy)

Regards.
Post 08 Sep 2003, 07:25
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Ville



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> 1- it needs a stronger filesystem rather than fat16

Menuet has Fat32 filesystem.

2- it needs to be able to be installed on hd rather than fd

Menuet can be installed to a Hd.

3- it needs a bootloader u can use an opensource loader like lilo with menuetos

Why dont you use lilo ?

4- it needs to have a better look file explorer

This one I actually agree ..

5- you can use wine source code to create an emulator to menuetos so that it will be able to run win32 apps

Trying to run Windows applications in a diffrent platform is like trying to hit a moving target.

Cheers,

Ville
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maslan wrote:
see www.reactos.org for more information


it should be
http://www.reactos.com
Post 08 Sep 2003, 21:26
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maslan



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i think menuetos should use ext3 or even ext2 or any journalised FS
it will be more powerful that fat32 Rolling Eyes

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Post 26 Sep 2003, 06:31
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What about JFS? There were test carried out comparing the filing system and JFS came out the best for most applications. Ext 3 not so good. What about OpenBeFS?
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maslan



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Laughing

any 1 of these FS is better than Fat32

coz i'm a Linux User & Programmer

Wink

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Laughing

any 1 of these FS is better than Fat32

coz i'm a Linux User & Programmer

Wink

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any 1 of these FS is better than Fat32
coz i'm a Linux User & Programmer
Wink

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Laughing
any 1 of these FS is better than Fat32
coz i'm a Linux User & Programmer
Wink

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maslan



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Laughing
any 1 of these FS is better than Fat32
coz i'm a Linux User & Programmer
Wink

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Post 30 Sep 2003, 22:48
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In that case, i think we should stick strictly to FAT32 Cool

Anyways, with all of these wishes..... people should produce some code and present it for testing instead of just begging and hoping someone else will do it for ya.
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Yawgmoth



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Holy crap maslan, did you mean to post so many times?!?
Post 01 Oct 2003, 15:57
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maslan



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i don't wanna to inc my posting

it isn't my best forum & there is no much users here & i visit it rarely

so it's just an opinion coz i like menuetos & i'm a linux programmer

so i hate fat32 & i like ext3 (or any other journalized FS). Razz

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ReiserFS OR Reiser4

http://www.namesys.com/

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i think fat32 is sufficient at the moment
cdrom and floppy in the fileexplorer is more important
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Hi,

you are right.
i wish i could fasm well.

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fasm9



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FAT, no more?

http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/ip/tech/fat.asp
Microsoft is now offering companies the ability to license for an unspecified fee its ClearType and its FAT file system technologies.

Johann_P wrote:
According to a /. article that cites this web page MS is going to charge for using their (crappy) FAT filesystem. Another example of how the idiocy of patents and the greed of MS unite in an evil symbiosis.
Luckily there are many alternatives out there ...

/. wrote:
pario writes "According to Microsoft, the Redmond company is going to charge a license fee for any product that is formatted in FAT by the manufacturer. Any manufacturer of compact flash memory cards or digital cameras may end up paying Microsoft as much as $250,000 for the use of the file format. The FAT File System is covered by several US patents."


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Hmm, ClearType, isn't hasn't the technique been in linux for years?

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