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Author:  Octacone [ Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:13 pm ]
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Wow, after a long long long break I am finally getting somewhere.
I know this might not be as exciting as some of your fancy GUI stuff, but hey FAT 32 Stage 2 loaded for the first time!
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Author:  MrLolthe1st [ Sun May 13, 2018 12:20 pm ]
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Author:  bontanu [ Wed May 16, 2018 12:47 pm ]
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Solar OS, Romanian OS written fully in ASM (sol_asm)
The x64 version is in development now:

http://www.oby.ro/os/

http://www.oby.ro/os/os_screen.htm

http://www.oby.ro/os/images/x64/Virtual ... _59_05.png

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Author:  Sik [ Wed May 16, 2018 3:08 pm ]
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That GUI is back 0.0 (I honestly like it more than a lot of modern stuff, shame that font doesn't fare that well when you try to make larger versions...)

Random stupid nitpick (also relevant back then, but I wasn't around the forum at the time :v), but could those transparent windows be less transparent? (e.g. 75% alpha instead of 50% alpha) Just to make text easier to read when it's on top of busy parts of the screen.

Author:  zaval [ Wed May 16, 2018 4:21 pm ]
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that's truely f&cking awesome, bogdan! I am so jealous. :mrgreen: but also looking at such achievements is inspiring.
I like how reliefness is done. perfect as for my eye of a Win classic theme all time lover. ^_^

Author:  bontanu [ Wed May 16, 2018 5:40 pm ]
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Thank you guys for your nice words ;)

Sure I can make the alpha less than 50 % ;)
(I will add an option)

And there is a bigger font in there somewhere also :D

I like the GUI as it is :D
But I am open to suggestions and I will add more options to make it skinable or have a "modern" look if the user wants it.

Here is a window / clock with a slightly bigger font.

http://www.oby.ro/os/images/x64/Virtual ... _47_27.png

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Author:  f2 [ Fri May 18, 2018 9:20 am ]
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Glad your OS isn't dead, Bogdan!
I stopped mine because of lack of time, but I continue sometimes to visit the forums :)

Author:  deimos [ Mon May 21, 2018 3:59 pm ]
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Hello, f2! Tell me please, where can I download images of your operating systems and assembler? I really liked your screenshots and I would like to see and try how they work.

Author:  f2 [ Sat May 26, 2018 4:52 pm ]
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deimos wrote:
Hello, f2! Tell me please, where can I download images of your operating systems and assembler? I really liked your screenshots and I would like to see and try how they work.

There is currently no way to download images of my OS and my assembler, and I don't plan to make them available again.
The latest builds did not have the fancy GUI of the earlier releases. Also, they were unusable because I did not finished my UEFI bootloader. So I don't know if you would be interested to try the OS as it is, except if you like to see an "Hello, world !" on the screen :) At least, the assembler was working very well.

Author:  bontanu [ Sun May 27, 2018 5:17 am ]
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deimos wrote:
Hello, f2! Tell me please, where can I download images of your operating systems and assembler? I really liked your screenshots and I would like to see and try how they work.


But If you actually wanted to see my OS (ie the nice images from the above post) ;)

then you can download and tes the 32 bits version from:
http://www.oby.ro/os/index.html

Let me know if you want me to make the x64 version available for testing
(ie to test exactly the above images)

I did not make it available for download (yet, but it will be available) because it is "Work in Progress"

Author:  bontanu [ Sun May 27, 2018 5:22 am ]
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BTW the Work in Progress for Solar_OS in x64 bits is going quite well:

Here is a screen shot of more applications running:
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And here is a screenshot of am WaterMark application I am developing for Solar_OS:
(notice de "complex" Image Control that is used in multiple windows) ;)

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Author:  bontanu [ Sun May 27, 2018 5:54 am ]
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And here is the download link if you want to test it "as it is"
http://www.oby.ro/os/files/x64/sol_os_x64_2018_05_27_v0_1_108

Please note that some buttons will not work (not done yet/ WIP)

Also there is a bug in HDD Explorer that will fail to load (hex view) a file when you first double click on it.
(cache init problems in paradise). Just double click it again / enter on it will fix the issue for now :D

You should use the provided os8.dsk file with a floppy device in Virtual Box or another emulator
Add a ATA HDD formatted with FAT32 and some files on it
32M video RAM and 256M or 512M of RAM should do. (you can go lower)

You can drag and drop files (24 bits BMP) from the HDD Explorer into target windows in Bitmap Viewer or WaterMark Application

The GUI is kind of locked at approx 20FPS for now ;) but it will speed up when needed
(try fast moving the mouse)

Please Do not try to move windows / mouse outside of screen (the clipper is not done, might crash)

Have fun ;)

Author:  vishdrck [ Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:14 am ]
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Hello guys
I just built my first version of my simple VGA text based OS.I attached some images with this.

Thanks for helping me.
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Author:  OmeletHopper [ Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:11 am ]
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Nothing fancy, but I just added support for 90x60 text mode when it's built for i386.
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My switching code (credit due to Chris Giese) doesn't work in long mode, though.
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I'm fairly new to OSDev, so if you have any ideas/suggestions don't hesitate! :D

Author:  ch1ndra [ Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:32 pm ]
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Bogdan's SolarOS is an epitome of dedication and commitment. I've been trying to revive my almost dead operating system now and then, but it just seems impossible to find any time to work on it.

That said, I made a recent attempt to make a transition from a "monolithic" kernel to a "monolithic-micro" hybrid but it was cut short as I was called back to work. Fortunately, I was able to (sort of) complete the message-passing interface and revamp some of the GUI elements. Since this project is most likely to be on hiatus for indefinite period of time (probably, forever), I just could not resist posting a screenshot before it rests:

It is amazing how things look exactly the same as it used to seven years back. (for anyone interested, the old screenshots are here. ).

Accounting for a rare possibility that someone might actually be interested to test it out, here's where you can find it.

Cheers,
ch1ndra

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