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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 3:28 pm 
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Well, seeing as we all seem to be posting panic screens:

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I'll post some interesting stuff later! :wink:


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It's not exactly a state-of-the-art 3d bluescreen yet:
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The caption says L4 but just ignore that. It's written in 100% 32-bit asm. Changing from C to asm made the new asm source code 3.5 times smaller than the C version with the same functionality(1) and added speed.

(1) It doesn't actually have much functionality yet...


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Kernel Asleep at the wheel!


No wonder your kernel crashed. You must be using the poor thing too much. You should be ashamed of yourself, exploiting an innocen.. SHUT UP WINDOZE! GET YOUR LAZY @$$ RUNNING THIS PROGRAM, OR IMA GIVE YOU A SPANKIN! DON'T MAKE ME COME IN THERE!


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Kernel Asleep at the wheel!


No wonder your kernel crashed. You must be using the poor thing too much. You should be ashamed of yourself, exploiting an innocen.. SHUT UP WINDOZE! GET YOUR LAZY @$$ RUNNING THIS PROGRAM, OR IMA GIVE YOU A SPANKIN! DON'T MAKE ME COME IN THERE!


It was up all night processing and fell into a microsleep.

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Heres my new bootloaders current panic screen:

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Most of the routines in the bootloader are carried out in either rMode or v86 mode, which display text (the background text). We use this to know almost exactally where the problem happened at.

Other then that, I want to keep this as user friendly as possible. (As you can probably tell.)

I dont have pics of my kernel program yet as I am still rewriting my bootloader.

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You might want to change insure to ensure. :lol:

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ucosty wrote:
You might want to change insure to ensure. :lol:

Hm... Im not sure about that...
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ther authorities, however, consider “ensureâ€

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Here is my panic screen:
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I was bored, and made this in about 5 min.

-JL :P

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A cool effect would be for your screen to dissolve to Matrix construct, but representing each of your windows, and the screen would pan forward while zooming back (pseudo 3d style) with the corrupted program's Matrix construct shattering. Then the screen would pan back/zoom foward back to normal and the Matrix construct would dissolve back into normal windows/colours/etc.

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Or maybe just a matrix construct with the panic screen in the center of it?


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ucosty wrote:
You might want to change insure to ensure. :lol:

Hm... Im not sure about that...
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ther authorities, however, consider “ensureâ€

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JamesM wrote:
That's what a native English speaker would say, and would consider "insure" to be a typo.


In this case however IHMO it shouldn't be written of as a 'typo' as explained by Wikipedia (emphasis mine):

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A typographical error or typo is a mistake made during the typing process. The term includes errors due to mechanical failure or slips of the hand or finger, but excludes errors of ignorance. Most typos involve simple duplication, omission, transposition, or substitution of a small number of characters.

Though the term "typo" excludes errors of ignorance, it is common to find it used as a euphemism to describe instances of poor spelling, punctuation, or grammar, such as subconsciously typing a homophone.


Considering that the letters 'i' and 'e' are on the opposite sides of the normal QWERTY layout...

For what it's worth, I'm not a native English speaker either.

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mystran wrote:
JamesM wrote:
That's what a native English speaker would say, and would consider "insure" to be a typo.


In this case however IHMO it shouldn't be written of as a 'typo' as explained by Wikipedia (emphasis mine):

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A typographical error or typo is a mistake made during the typing process. The term includes errors due to mechanical failure or slips of the hand or finger, but excludes errors of ignorance. Most typos involve simple duplication, omission, transposition, or substitution of a small number of characters.

Though the term "typo" excludes errors of ignorance, it is common to find it used as a euphemism to describe instances of poor spelling, punctuation, or grammar, such as subconsciously typing a homophone.


Considering that the letters 'i' and 'e' are on the opposite sides of the normal QWERTY layout...

For what it's worth, I'm not a native English speaker either.



Well alright, if you want to be pedantic about it... ;) ;)

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P.s. Nully that panic message looks awfully similar to the one in my tutorials (www.jamesmolloy.co.uk). Did you follow them perchance?


your tutorials were a great help, i am in the process of redoing all the paging/memory allocation code which was originally based of most of your tutorial. I'm also going to include a small dump of the memory surrounding where the fault occurred :) (and spice it up with some pretty colors)


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Ok, here it is:

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Hahahahahahahahaha!

Nah, not really. Here it really is:

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