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Kreoton



Joined: 05 Jun 2004
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Location: Russia, Moscow
Kreoton
It is working console version Miraculix OS...
Down load here: http://kreoton.narod.ru/mx311204img.zip

Call TASKMAN - CTRL/ALT/DEL
Can work on i386, 4 MB RAM...
Post 01 Jan 2005, 12:06
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jas20



Joined: 23 Sep 2004
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jas20
Works in Qemu! (I use the windows version 0.6.0.)
Code:
 qemu -fda mx311204img.IMA -L .     
To Open TASKMAN go to console and type
Code:
 sendkey ctrl-alt-delete     
The only problem is the emulator. This was the same thing as dex (dos extreme). You can't use dir or anything that turns the floppy light on or something.

BTW: I emulate before testing real pc.

Jas20
Post 02 Jan 2005, 00:34
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Kreoton



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Kreoton
>sendkey ctrl-alt-delete
Still it is possible: CTRL/ALT/HOME

Miraculix OS it is safe more than MenuetOS! =)
I understand... I shall try will make that Miraculix to work on emulators...

On the emulator works RAM-Disk, " Z: "...
Post 02 Jan 2005, 13:15
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Kreoton



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