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 Post subject: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2006 5:51 pm 
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Quite a few members here have written hobby OS's.. Each usually have fairly neat ways of doing things.

So what does your OS look like? CLI/GUI?

Please post a Screen Shot of your OS running in an emulator like bochs/QEMU/VMware or even on real hardware if you'd like :wink:
This would be a good way to show everyone how your OS is progressing.. :)

Here is my silly test OS running my CPUID code.. (QEMU on OpenBSD+Blackbox)
EDIT: Removed 2015: Imageshack replaced all links with spam.

(Someone hit me if this is the wrong topic.. but its a way to share ideas)

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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:00 pm 
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Hi,

Brynet-Inc wrote:
Quite a few members here have written hobby OS's.. Each usually have fairly neat ways of doing things.

So what does your OS look like? CLI/GUI?


The newest version still needs a huge amount of work, but here's a screenshot of it booting from a headless diskless machine:
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Here's a screenshot of the previous version of my OS booting, showing it's CPU detection:
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And here's a screenshot of the version before that, after doing hardware auto-detection:
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As you can see I've got a lot of code to port to the newest version. For me, applications (like the CLI and GUI) are a useless distraction until I've got the kernel working exactly how I want it.


Cheers,

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 9:10 am 
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edit: How do the image tags work? Link to the trac wiki is in my signature. You'll find 3 screenshots there.

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This is DexOS, running a CLI program:
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DexOS IDE
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This is a shot of DexOS GUI.
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bluecode wrote:
edit: How do the image tags work? Link to the trac wiki is in my signature. You'll find 3 screenshots there.


Hello, It's quite simple.

[ img ]http://domain/path/to/image.png[ /img ]

(Without the spaces :))

You can upload images at any free image hosting site or your own site if you want to use your own bandwidth.

http://imageshack.us/ -- Is fairly good..

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This is my other OS project MiniDOS, running a old dos game.
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When I get a screenshot of my OS I will show you it!

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Neat Screen Shots Dex/Brendan 8)


Good Work, This is very exciting :) lol

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Thank Brynet-Inc for your post, as my hobby is Dex4u spaming :lol:


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This is a screenshot of my new copy utility that i just got compiled.. it worked first go!! i'm still in shock :D

edit: well the image tag thing didn't seem to... here is a link instead

http://flickr.com/photos/spix/278355511/

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Cool spix, Already got your cp application working? Wicked 8)

Must not like the trailing ?v=0

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Looks Neat :)

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Thanks lol.. as you can see my cp application even seems to work better than me ;)

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This is ominOS from a week ago.
mounting the hard drive with a fat filesystem and reading an elf executable from the hard drive and executing it. then reading a file from the hard drive and writing its contents to the screen.

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^^ the paging debugger with content inspection

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^^ HDD detection running from VBE mode ...

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Brynet-Inc wrote:
bluecode wrote:
edit: How do the image tags work? Link to the trac wiki is in my signature. You'll find 3 screenshots there.


Hello, It's quite simple.

[ img ]http://domain/path/to/image.png[ /img ]

(Without the spaces :))

You can upload images at any free image hosting site or your own site if you want to use your own bandwidth.

http://imageshack.us/ -- Is fairly good..

I don´t like this method. The link you provided for upload images don´t accept a simple png 8bpp file.(format unsuported)
On this forum is more simple to upload.
http://board.flatassembler.net/forum.php?f=13
As for the screen shoot visit my page.


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