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Author:  Roman [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 1:32 pm ]
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Yet another year was spend. A lot of questions (including noob ones) was asked, a lot of bugs was spotted and fixed. I really wish everyone to have a lot of good things in their lives, not to concentrate on OSDev too much, to fix bugs, add new functionality to their projects, to find themselves in life and not to be catched by trap of following others' rules. Happy new year!

Author:  max [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 1:44 pm ]
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Roman wrote:
Yet another year was spend. A lot of questions (including noob ones) was asked, a lot of bugs was spotted and fixed. I really wish everyone to have a lot of good things in their lives, not to concentrate on OSDev too much, to fix bugs, add new functionality to their projects, to find themselves in life and not to be catched by trap of following others' rules. Happy new year!

Thanks for your wishes Roman, all the same for you. Happy new year for you and all OSDevers ^-^

Author:  XenOS [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 4:39 pm ]
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Head uut aastat! С новым годом! Frohes Neues! Happy new year!

Author:  KemyLand [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 5:26 pm ]
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Roman I envy you! I was thinking in creating this post, but you came before me :x . Anyway, as my signature has always said, Happy New Code, and Happy New Year \:D/ \:D/ \:D/ !

Author:  no92 [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 5:26 pm ]
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26 minutes in, nothing bad happened yet. First post this year (for me)! Have a good 2015!

Author:  KemyLand [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 5:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Happy new year!

It's exactly 5:30:00 p.m. (at post time...) here in Costa Rica. I still have to wait 6:30 hours :(

Author:  sortie [ Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:18 pm ]
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Yay!

Author:  Combuster [ Thu Jan 01, 2015 3:09 am ]
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Happy new year everyone!

Author:  Bender [ Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:09 am ]
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Some random fellow wrote:
18:05:59 <Bender|> 2015 b*tches
18:06:58 <Bender|> Congratulations to our little planet to finish another revolution without getting hit by asteroids, other planets and without losing moon.

No one gives credit to this little sphere doing all the work? :(
And yeah, Happy new year!

Author:  embryo [ Fri Jan 02, 2015 6:13 am ]
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Bender wrote:
No one gives credit to this little sphere doing all the work?

For the spheres to always be in a good mood! And happy new year!
:D

Author:  Antti [ Fri Jan 02, 2015 6:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Happy new year!

Will 2015 be the year of new OSs? Or will it be the year of the Linux desktop? The former is more likely.

Author:  KemyLand [ Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:21 pm ]
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Antti wrote:
Will 2015 be the year of new OSs? Or will it be the year of the Linux desktop? The former is more likely.

There are pretty mature OSs on here around. From the few threads I've seen from 12:00 a.m. GMT-6:00, January 1, 2015 a.C to this post, it seems that there are less noobish people around 8) I've only seen two of those, one about using BIOS Interrupts on protected mode and the other one (although it seems like a simple mistake, and the OP appears to be a good developer, it's a noobish question) about writing text to VGA memory (he was using char* instead of uint16_t* :roll: ).

Author:  Combuster [ Sat Jan 03, 2015 5:38 am ]
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KemyLand wrote:
about writing text to VGA memory (he was using char* instead of uint16_t* :roll: ).
Typing VGA memory as a byte array is a very accurate choice, and even preferable if you're not just using it for text mode :wink:

Author:  KemyLand [ Sat Jan 03, 2015 1:34 pm ]
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Combuster wrote:
KemyLand wrote:
about writing text to VGA memory (he was using char* instead of uint16_t* :roll: ).
Typing VGA memory as a byte array is a very accurate choice, and even preferable if you're not just using it for text mode :wink:


Sorry for the confusion :lol: . He was using the basic 25x80 VGA text mode left by GRUB.

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