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Dex4u



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Dex4u
inflater has done a demo of DexOS running in a web browser for me, you may catch it before he takes it off his site.
http://inflater.hostuju.cz/to_dex/Demo.html

You need IE and java 1.6. to test it, just click on the link and you can go to CLI or GUI (which will run very slow), you can even run ide and assemble a program, with fasm.
To do this type
IDE <enter>
then press ALT, go down the menu to load, then open hello.asm then ALT and click on assemble in the box type
hello.asm hello.dex <enter>
Then wait for any error messages, you can then come out of ide and run it.
If you miss it, i will upload it to my site.
Post 09 Jun 2007, 20:51
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grunge



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Hi Dex4u

I tested your OS demo in the site (fasm->hello.dex and gui.dex)... its ok... the site is slow... but run correct..

grunge
Post 14 Jun 2007, 23:40
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Dex4u



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Thanks grunge, the slowness is down to a emulator coded with java, both will slow it down, but as time goes by, these should get faster.
Post 15 Jun 2007, 01:51
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hckr83



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I got bored of waiting...
Java doesn't work well with firefox, while the applet is loading, the whole browser comes clsoe to a lockup...and I'm on dialup...I waited about 2 hours, and then just gave up..
Post 15 Jun 2007, 19:13
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
Thanks anyway, for testing.
Post 15 Jun 2007, 19:36
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hckr83



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I don't think it works in firefox, as it loaded in about 30 minutes in IE(7) it was very slow is my only complaint, especially the GUI
Post 15 Jun 2007, 21:11
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Enko



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Enko
I'm tried it, works a bit slow but works.
Used: IE6 with bandwith connection.

By the way... How the hell it works?

Great Work!
Keep going on
Wink
Post 20 Jun 2007, 22:46
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
Thanks, but only DexOS and App are my work, the other part is a x86 emulator coded in java, to run in a browser.
Thats why its slow, as java is slow and emulators are slow, put the two together + running over the net and you get slow.
The writers of this emulator have only got Dos to run on it, but DexOS can boot from Dos or boot loader
More info here: http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/jpc/


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Post 21 Jun 2007, 15:41
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Solidus



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Solidus
Works in Firefox 2.0.0.4
Post 28 Jun 2007, 13:02
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Dex4u



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Thanks Solidus, i will load a ver to the web site, with special app's (eg: no delay in the main loop of games etc), so people can test DexOS over the net.
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inflater



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Dex4u wrote:
you may catch it before he takes it off his site.


Don't worry I leave it there, 1023 MB or 1024 MB - this is not a big difference Laughing as long the hosting will delete it because I forgot to add their advertising banners there. So if they will delete it, blame them! Laughing (just kidding! Very Happy)

Yes its a little slow, but I think even on dialup it should run well, you need java jre 1.6. Smile I modified the code (HTML Smile) a little, so the demo will work with Firefox, Netscape, MS IE 6 and 7 and Opera 9. Wink

inflater
Post 01 Jul 2007, 14:38
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MHajduk



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Solidus wrote:
Works in Firefox 2.0.0.4
Slightly offtopic here, but I must say this. I don't recommend newest (2.0.0.4) version of Firefox, because I noticed that it works unstable for me. After cleaning cookies and history (Tools > Clear Private Data) Firefox was unable to connect with net (!). Version 2.0.0.3 is better IMHO. Smile
Post 01 Jul 2007, 18:07
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f0dder



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x86 emulator coded in java? That's pretty ill >_<
Post 01 Jul 2007, 21:08
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vid
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now they should make some java emulator in .net, which will allow C#ers to use java libraries...
Post 01 Jul 2007, 22:24
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f0dder



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...and then a dotNET emulator in RubyOnRails. Add another layer, baby <3
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Dex4u



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@f0dder, i think you maybe missing the point, for one i do not like any emulators, but this is just away for people to test your OS or program before down loading it, if you like it you should use on real PC.
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f0dder



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Dex4u wrote:
@f0dder, i think you maybe missing the point, for one i do not like any emulators, but this is just away for people to test your OS or program before down loading it, if you like it you should use on real PC.


Dex: it's an interesting idea, but imho pretty useless for most things. It will never give a good representation of how anything just slightly complex/demanding will run, so IMHO it's mostly a "heh, cute" thing...

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Post 02 Jul 2007, 11:53
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inflater



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f0dder wrote:
Dex4u wrote:
@f0dder, i think you maybe missing the point, for one i do not like any emulators, but this is just away for people to test your OS or program before down loading it, if you like it you should use on real PC.


Dex: it's an interesting idea, but imho pretty useless for most things. It will never give a good representation of how anything just slightly complex/demanding will run, so IMHO it's mostly a "heh, cute" thing...


Well, the java emulator is only for OS testing without worrying about your hard drive or you do not want to download VirtualPC, Bochs, buy VMWare, etc. - the emulator is like: if you like the OS running inside, download the OS, if you dont like the OS, make a suggestion for OS kernel improvement in the main OS forum or leave.

it's not for serious operating system testing, like Windows or Linux, or hacking from the java virtual machine to deface web sites, honey, you need to search more Smile

You can even destroy the OS running inside, after ~30 minutes it will repair itself. Now that's interesting Smile

inflater
Post 05 Jul 2007, 10:03
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Solidus



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MHajduk wrote:
Solidus wrote:
Works in Firefox 2.0.0.4
Slightly offtopic here, but I must say this. I don't recommend newest (2.0.0.4) version of Firefox, because I noticed that it works unstable for me. After cleaning cookies and history (Tools > Clear Private Data) Firefox was unable to connect with net (!). Version 2.0.0.3 is better IMHO. Smile


I have no such problem under those circumstances. Check your connection or operating system.
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MHajduk



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Seems that it was temporary problem and I have to withdraw from my previous opinion. Very Happy
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