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My (old) screenshots are up on my project's sourceforge page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mattise...

There really isn't all that much that has changed (apart from fixing stuff) since they were taken so they remain.

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Here is a pic of my SecOS
JouleOS is retired due to all of the design problems it has with multitasking
and well, I just lost intrest in the rewrite of it


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Actually, my OS just got a new feature, so I guess it's worth posting a new screenshot. Yes, you can actually read that device from a normal program. :)

Don't pay attention to the inode numbers. They are internal, and the only useful thing a userspace program can expect to do with them is compare "device+inode" pair between different files to see if they are the same or different. My "minicmd" program prints them simply because I needed the info for debuggin at some point...


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mystran wrote:
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It is not a fake, by the way ;)


Can we have the floppy image? ;)


You don't seem to read my whole message though:

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Well, THIS is expected at PortixOS 0.5 or 0.6:


Stay tuned for version 0.5 ! :)
(Latest version: 0.4 pre-II, next version: 0.4 full)

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This thread should be a sticky we can constantly add to.
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Well I might as well joing the uber-fun. I'd really like to post my screenshot of Bash running on my OS, but I lost it and it doesn't run atm (writing my ATA and EXT2 drivers is taking a while, and I decided to totally rewrite my entire syscall and IPC interface and as you know it takes a lot longer to rework an interface than a module...)

Right then here we go :)

Jimix after boot, running my super-mini shell. keys F1-F4 change tty from tty1-tty3,/dev/console. All of this is running in user mode by the way - four processes running: /init, /udev, /tty, /shell.

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The boot sequence into tty mode is currently far too fast for me to screenshot so I stuck it in serial mode (default kernel output is directed to a serial port instead of the monitor) and put it in debug mode (There are three levels, debug, verbose and spam). Debug mode is essentially an strace.

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OK, then we have JTED (Jimix test execution daemon), my automated testing software. It's still in development and can currently run automated builds and (just about) train tests interactively. It's what I use to exorcise (deliberate spelling) the evil web-dev in me! :twisted:

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A listing of all the builds/tests in one 'batch run'. The 'auxiliary builds' are programs that tests may use but don't live in the source tree, such as memory consistency checkers or the all-important 'hello world' app.
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Finally an in-depth view of a build, to show it actually does stuff :P
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If you're wondering what the 'speaker' in shiny colours is there for - each batch is assigned not only an ID but a random word as well - helps with remembering which one's which. I learned that trick from my work :)

Sorry for spamming with images... :oops:

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Sorry for spamming? That's exactly what this thread is for. 8)

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Not that interesting features yet. Rather just detection at the moment.
I'm trying to boot the second cpu but it crashes(both qemu and my laptop) when I try to do so :?


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Wow some really nice OS , I like them all but bontanu thats a really good gui you have :-)


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Well, here's what mine used to look like, before I started again from scratch in C++:
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The current version just prints a few lines of text at the moment. But it does have a really nice boot splash:
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Mmm, a bit late to join in but oh well!

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That's the latest screenshot of my OS showing off the filesystem code (with RamFS as the root filesystem) and some other stuff like uname.

There's some older screenies here, too: http://exclaim.tuxtalk.org/?q=screenshots

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My OS with multitasking
the Unknown command line is it's attempt to run a program that grub loaded as a module the 'a' is the output from a successful program.


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Hi,

Here's some pictures of my current code - it's just boot code at the moment (rewriting).

The first picture is BCOS booting directly from ROM in Bochs:

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I like seeing RAM from 0x000C0000 to 0x007FFFFF :)


The second picture is BCOS booting on a real machine (via. network). This was done as a headless boot, with the OS's output captured by a terminal emulator running on Windows:

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Brendan wrote:
The second picture is BCOS booting on a real machine (via. network). This was done as a headless boot, with the OS's output captured by a terminal emulator running on Windows:


Why no colors in this one? TeraTerm can do vt100 just fine. :)

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Hooray! :lol: people are posting screenshots again... lol..

Some really cool additions, really nice! 8)

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