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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 5:36 pm 
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i made a thing that has its own bootloader,several device drivers(text,keyboard and timer to be specific),a complete application and a TCP/IP stack,such that it works on i386s and boots and can send textual data across the network....I mean the packets are facricated to be sent by the stack but as of now as i dont have a NIC driver they couldn't be sent in actual.. My next plans include writing a simple kernel and running the foresaid application as a process in it... also the NIC driver has to be written..
So i need to know can i add this in OS projects list ??
I mean as of now it is more of an embedded application but i intend to turn it into a networking OS..


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 4:49 am 
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cybug6 wrote:
So i need to know can i add this in OS projects list ??
If you prefer to do that yourself, just go to the User Control Panel and get yourself the Wiki Edit rights. You are then permitted to make changes to the OS Project List.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:11 pm 
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thanks Chandra,i'll certainly do that as soon as i make some further progress..
also can you be of some help in writing the NIC driver ???
i have marvel yukon fast ethernet 88e8040 chip,for which data sheet is unavailable :cry:
also i think learning the data sheet and writing from scratch would be a daunting task,
isn't there any simpler method to do that ?? i am simply looking for an elementary NIC driver
that just works,any pointers towards any source code of a generic driver would be appreciated [-o<

thanks n sorry for my long posts


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:43 pm 
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* "Nameless OS": a portable multi-user Unix-like OS. i386, amd64 and ARM. Fully protected. GUI without X. Modular kernel. Closed source.
** Contact: Piotr Durlej (http://www.durlej.net/contact)
** URL: http://www.durlej.net/nameless
** Status: alpha released to testers.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 7:09 am 
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Added! Cool OS, just wish my OS was as good looking as yours but for now I still need to work on the FS :)

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:13 pm 
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* '''MCS''' - MCS, or Mateo Control System, is an ICS for x86 architecture. MCS is an Acess2 distro, with a custom Acess2 kernel. Open-source. Written in C, nASM, and D.
** Contact: Mateo Caswell caswellrienzo AT gmail.com, Addison Leong <nomail>
** URL: http://sourceforge.net/p/mcsys/

[Edit]: Status -- Pre-Alpha. No code has been push'd to repo as of yet.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 10:52 am 
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Hi all,

First thanks for giving life to this place.

I develop a kernel library that aims at making it possible to run Microsoft's WDF/KMDF drivers on other OSes in a similar manner to NDISWrapper for Linux or NDISInsulator for BSD.
This is not a new OS per se, but it's quite close as it includes its own version of Windows' DDK and it must complement the driver layer of very different OSes and interact flawlessly with userland applications as well.
The web site is http://ntoscompatible.wordpress.com/, no sources are available but there is a documentation available there.
So far I have ported it to Antos OS (http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/muram ... ge_id=8831) then to tyndur (http://www.lowlevel.eu/wiki/T%C3%BDndur). I made also a version extending NDISWrapper features to KMDF, this is probably the closest I went to a working library but my goal is not to extend NDISWrapper.

In fact it's much less impressive as it might seems, this is my pet project and it goes the same way as other pet projects go, I lack focus, testing is neglected, etc... It might be that after my retirement in a few years I will be more ambitious.

Jean-Pierre


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:12 am 
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* '''OS Name''' - Basic Disk Operating System (BDOS)

BDOS is a 16 bit educational operating system written in NASM and it is aimed at 80x86 PC.
The goal of this project is to help beginner os developers who would like to develope their os in assembly.It is also among the goals of this project to make a little functional cli operating system to perform basic operations.BDOS is designed to run of a single floppy disk and to provide much functionality in least space.

** Contact: Maraci David dmaraci2@gmail.com

** URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/bdos/

Status: Alpha


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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Name: LibraNextOS
Contact: Keagan Winterthieme libranext AT outlook.com
Website: http://libranext.com/

Brief description: LibraNextOS main aim is to make a stable,, reliable, and above all FAST OS. It currently uses the Linux 2.4/early 2.6 kernels. No version is available to the public as of today (11-23-2012). In test versions it has been able to run most Windows and virtually all DOS programs without the user ever knowing a difference.


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:22 pm 
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techningeer wrote:
It currently uses the Linux 2.4/early 2.6 kernels.

Linux distributions are excluded from the list.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:09 pm 
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Brynet-Inc wrote:
techningeer wrote:
It currently uses the Linux 2.4/early 2.6 kernels.

Linux distributions are excluded from the list.


It's not a Linux distro. It can't run any Linux programs that any one uses anymore either... Not even called Linux. I am forking the Kernel to be my own, as well as most of the software.


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:56 pm 
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techningeer wrote:
It's not a Linux distro.

http://libranext.com/about-us/ wrote:
Our main objective is to make the most reliable, the fastest Linux distribution ..


Alrighty then.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:57 pm 
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Brynet-Inc wrote:
techningeer wrote:
It's not a Linux distro.

http://libranext.com/about-us/ wrote:
Our main objective is to make the most reliable, the fastest Linux distribution ..


Alrightly then.


Sorry about not updating the site... We originally were going to be a Linux distro but then decided to make our own OS.


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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Don't know if people are still adding things which are posted here, but here is mine:

Name: Retro OS
Contact: far.peter1(at)gmail.com
Website: https://github.com/farlepet/retro-os
Description: Retro OS is a simple os, it has simple cooperative multitasking, x86 architecture, loads binary programs from the ramdisk (in kernel-mode), very simple (but functional) drivers, and a megalithic kernel

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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