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Author:  CHOSTeam [ Fri Apr 19, 2019 4:33 pm ]
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Finally, I've added a verbose boot mode.
Now the boot CD have two boot entries, the normal one, and the verbose boot one.

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Author:  bellezzasolo [ Tue Apr 23, 2019 3:37 am ]
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Since last time, I now have an MP scheduler (very basic, with no priority yet, but it's a start), multithreading, some synchronisation primitives, and have started work on an a quick and dirty xHCI driver. I'm doing xHCI only, since that's what my PC has.

Author:  awesomekling [ Thu May 02, 2019 8:31 am ]
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Hi folks. I thought I would introduce Serenity, my 32-bit Unix-like operating system. :)

It's about 7 months old now, and I'm pretty happy with how far it's come. I only ever ran it in emulators, since they make for such a comfortable development environment, but I do hope to eventually make the switch to running on bare metal.

The OSDev wiki has been very helpful to me in this project, so thanks everyone who contributed to it!

Here's what Serenity looked like two days ago:

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Author:  Octacone [ Thu May 02, 2019 10:44 am ]
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awesomekling wrote:
Hi folks. I thought I would introduce Serenity, my 32-bit Unix-like operating system. :)

It's about 7 months old now, and I'm pretty happy with how far it's come. I only ever ran it in emulators, since they make for such a comfortable development environment, but I do hope to eventually make the switch to running on bare metal.

The OSDev wiki has been very helpful to me in this project, so thanks everyone who contributed to it!

Here's what Serenity looked like two days ago:

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7 months! Mother of God! How does an individual do something like this in such a short amount of time? You must be really skilled, do you work at Apple or something? :)
Super impressed by your work, this is so next level, you even have your own Visual Studio type app.

Author:  awesomekling [ Thu May 02, 2019 11:03 am ]
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Octacone wrote:
7 months! Mother of God! How does an individual do something like this in such a short amount of time? You must be really skilled, do you work at Apple or something? :)
Super impressed by your work, this is so next level, you even have your own Visual Studio type app.

Thanks for the kind words! And that's a very good guess actually, I did work at Apple in the past (on WebKit) :)
There are two main reasons I was able to get this system up and running so fast:

  • I rented a remote cabin and spent 6 months there by myself, with nothing else to do.
  • My other hobby project is a reasonably functional x86 PC emulator (also on GitHub), so I knew the ins and outs of a basic PC already. And when something didn't work as expected, I had the comfort of being able to debug it in my own emulator!

The Visual Builder app is coming along nicely, although it can't save or load forms just yet, so it's still very much in the prototype stage.

Here's the famous nyancat program running on Serenity, it was one of the first 3rd party things I got running, fantastic for testing basic terminal functionality:

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Author:  iProgramInCpp [ Tue May 07, 2019 11:48 am ]
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This is what my OS can do (the 'test' command runs an application written in a custom 'bytecode' I wrote over 3 months ago)

The reason I went with bytecode instead of bare x86 is because I don't know much of the ins and outs of x86. Plus, it gives me the advantage that I get an additional security layer (though it's not hacker-proof) whereas in x86 I'd have to mess around with protection levels, interrupts etc. I don't want to mess with those for now, so that's why I decided to do that.

Actually, the 'bytecode' was written for the severely limited Harvard-based AVR microcontroller architecture, which can only execute machine code from Flash memory, thus I had a project laying around, so I said 'Eh, why not?'

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Author:  iProgramInCpp [ Tue May 07, 2019 11:49 am ]
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awesomekling wrote:
Octacone wrote:
7 months! Mother of God! How does an individual do something like this in such a short amount of time? You must be really skilled, do you work at Apple or something? :)
Super impressed by your work, this is so next level, you even have your own Visual Studio type app.

Thanks for the kind words! And that's a very good guess actually, I did work at Apple in the past (on WebKit) :)
There are two main reasons I was able to get this system up and running so fast:

  • I rented a remote cabin and spent 6 months there by myself, with nothing else to do.
  • My other hobby project is a reasonably functional x86 PC emulator (also on GitHub), so I knew the ins and outs of a basic PC already. And when something didn't work as expected, I had the comfort of being able to debug it in my own emulator!

The Visual Builder app is coming along nicely, although it can't save or load forms just yet, so it's still very much in the prototype stage.

Here's the famous nyancat program running on Serenity, it was one of the first 3rd party things I got running, fantastic for testing basic terminal functionality:

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Your OS looks very cool, and gives a sort of MacOS feel (with the top menu bar). I really like what you made.

Author:  danaossoftware [ Sat May 11, 2019 12:18 am ]
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Hi, I am from Indonesia.
This is what my operating system look like:

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Author:  eekee [ Sat May 11, 2019 6:00 am ]
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@danaossoftware: Hi! I love your wallpaper. :) I like the lack of clutter too. What happens when you click the calculator buttons?

Author:  pvc [ Tue May 21, 2019 5:08 am ]
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Working on 64 bit version and (@klange) usermode window manager.
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Author:  Crupette [ Wed May 22, 2019 6:10 pm ]
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Not as fancy as the other ones on this page yet, but I finally got a *stable* user mode with ATA and FAT support. Hopefully I can soon implement some sort of permissions and user system.

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Author:  dseller [ Sat May 25, 2019 8:11 am ]
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Not sure if I posted this already, but I've been working on some UI stuff! Yeah the BMP file is inverted, I don't really know why :(

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Author:  ComputerFido [ Sat May 25, 2019 7:02 pm ]
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This is my OS so far, I have a basic file manager which can't really do much except execute programs and I have written a CHIP-8 emulator (mostly working except the input is broken) as well as a snake game.

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Author:  deleted8917 [ Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:29 pm ]
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Finally added support to FAT32 filesystem. Currently I can only read files with short name,longer that a sector but less than a cluster. Having some problems,for example says that the file doesn't exists but actually it does. :/ But that can be fixed. :)
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Author:  Planetary [ Tue Jun 11, 2019 2:06 pm ]
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This OS is called 'Planetary'.
GUI mode currently just boots you in to a 1024x768 24 bit color blank screen. Mouse support and double buffering is being worked on.
All commands work as described, but GUI mode is very incomplete.

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