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sleepsleep



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sleepsleep
The One God, please inspire me to find one or make one operating system that would satisfy myself. amen

the deny to accept current available OS makes my heart in trouble, why couldn't i have something that works like numeral system, simple and elegant yet powerfull.
Post 29 Jun 2008, 06:11
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TNick



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Heh!Laughing

Go try Bogdan Ontanu's SolarOS. It's realtime, user code is executed in ring 0, ... and there's a lot of code that needs to be written...

Nick

[edit] Sorry, now should work... no, not open source any more.


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Post 29 Jun 2008, 06:21
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avi



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avi
Your link is broken:
open source?

Confused
Post 29 Jun 2008, 09:44
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edfed



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for the moment, you should wait at least 5 years before to see alternative OS.
alternative OS is something that doesn't match with UNIX/WINDOWS/MAC bermuda triangle. then, something more universal and free (to use, to code or to understand ).

good luck.
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macgub



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Post 29 Jun 2008, 10:02
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edfed



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menuet os is very good, but it is still dumb, and source code is a real maze.

that's why, wait at least 5 years before to see it usefull andpowerfull. Wink
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Post 29 Jun 2008, 13:55
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rCX



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edfed wrote:
for the moment, you should wait at least 5 years before to see alternative OS.


There's FreeDOS if you like command line interfaces. It's been around for over 10 years and Dell even offers computers with it preinstalled. It is not really easy to use though.
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ReactOS will be good in the future: http://www.reactos.org/
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http://visopsys.org/ - another one dikette operating system.
Post 29 Jun 2008, 17:16
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avi



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sleepsleep wrote:
why couldn't i have something that works like numeral system, simple and elegant yet powerfull.
how about this one?

Smile

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Post 29 Jun 2008, 20:37
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mattst88



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Have you tried a BSD? PCBSD may be right up your alley.
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sleepsleep
thanks for da replies,
eventually if to make one, that means one should code an assembler for its own os, if he couldn't code an assembler, possibly he couldn't code an os 2.
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Dual boot WinXP and Debian. This should suit all your needs. Very Happy
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Dual boot WinXP and Debian. This should suit all your needs

it won't ..... i tried already
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I have an image of what I'd like in a woman which really prevents me from developing a good relationship with a woman. Oddly, the same situation exists with operating system use... Laughing

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Post 30 Jun 2008, 14:29
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OzzY



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You could also try FreeBSD and OpenSolaris.
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There's also eComStation (aka, OS/2 improved), but it ain't free (although demo liveCD exists).

Ubuntu (and the derivatives) are all very popular, and the latest lets you install from inside Windows. But it might be easier (although slower) to just use QEMU for that kinda stuff.

There's also Minix 3, but it's not really as good as the others (work in progress).

(See OS News for more articles and links, etc.)
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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I've never tried it but it is supposed to be a good OS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QNX . Not designed for home use but since you are willing to experiment with new OSes perhaps you should give it a try (and share your experience with it Wink)
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