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Post 22 Jan 2009, 02:12
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Alright you got it geppy, Wink And if no one submits anything, I Will Laughing
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ehhh.... where cpu is mentioned? i have only these: 8080, 8085, z80, 6800, 8086, 80286, 80386, 80486,P54,IDT-200,Celeron-300,PIV-3...
a winning OS can be written into real 2716 as a prize!


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Post 22 Jan 2009, 06:34
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shoorick wrote:
ehhh.... where cpu is mentioned?
Well if it is written for fasm the it has to be either x86 or ARM.
Post 22 Jan 2009, 06:46
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Well if it is written for fasm the it has to be either x86 or ARM
seems, you are slightly outdated Wink

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=7787

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that forth system is not match to the rules, as not finished and already exceeds 3kB Shocked
Post 22 Jan 2009, 06:56
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Using macros is cheating Wink
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um... I don't know much on the CPU thing, so you guys figure something out Wink I don't want to accidentally screw it up.

But to not have a rule on the cpu, might be nice?


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Coddy41 wrote:
um i dont know mutch on the cpu thing, so you guys figure something out Wink
So who is running this contest? It is like a chicken without a head.
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... I know a little, just not a whole lot.

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Coddy41: I think that x86 would be the best choice. I am perhaps the only ARM user here and shoorick is perhaps the only 8080 user here.
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um OK, I just thought of something though, we should probably make the OSes 32bit,

[off topic] im downloading windows seven beta


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revolution: I've done some ARM coding few years ago... but I can't call myself a "user".
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Hehe, perhaps all those here with PDAs and/or smart phones can call themselves ARM users. Although testing a 2kB OS on one's PDA/phone could be somewhat troublesome (to say the least).
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i was real 8080 user till 2000 year, then i became a teller that i'm user Smile
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Im 14 so I dont remeber the 8080, unless that is what was in my win 3.1
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I think edfed wanted to do a PIC version with macros for fasm. I also program for the PIC occasionally, maybe it could be a PIC competition?

Hey, Coddy41, I'm just kidding, please don't take it seriously and actually try to start a PIC competition.

Coddy41: Win3.1 was for 8086 (the original x86) CPUs.
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So I was kinda close, Smile right?

Don,t worry revolution I wont start a pic contest (it took me some time to read that small print.)
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i think a better contest would be an OS that fits in 64k for a 27C512 EEPROM, in order to replace the BIOS.
no?
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edfed wrote:
i think a better contest would be an OS that fits in 64k for a 27C512 EEPROM, in order to replace the BIOS.

Finally, something written that makes sense.
Excellent.
At least, this contest is logical.
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Coddy41 wrote:
Im 14 so I dont remeber the 8080, unless that is what was in my win 3.1
are you relly only 14 years old?? wel i am too Wink and ive never even seen win 3.1 afaik oh I get it your relly 41 like your name coddy41 says but in true intel tradition which probaly started with the 8080 you wrote your age in little endian format Smile
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