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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:10 pm 
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trolly wrote:
ho thanks, btw, i think it should be easy to port it in freebasic :D

That's possible, of course, at the cost of making it harder to keep both versions in sync. But then, updates are probably infrequent enough that it could be managable to just port later changes, too.

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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 12:16 pm 
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the hard drive image (for qemu)
http://www.codinfinity.net/NewOS_hd.zip 4M

This file contains hd.img

If I try to burn a CD-ROM, with Windows or with Imgburn I get : "Invalid or unsupported image file format".
Therefore I cannot boot my computer on a CD with your OS.
Is it possible to boot on a CD to be independent of another OS (Windows) to test your OS ?

Do you intend to release a LiveCD ?


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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:55 pm 
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panoramic wrote:
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the hard drive image (for qemu)
http://www.codinfinity.net/NewOS_hd.zip 4M

This file contains hd.img

If I try to burn a CD-ROM, with Windows or with Imgburn I get : "Invalid or unsupported image file format".
Therefore I cannot boot my computer on a CD with your OS.
Is it possible to boot on a CD to be independent of another OS (Windows) to test your OS ?

Do you intend to release a LiveCD ?


the hd.img, is and hard drive image, i didn't implemented cdrom driver and cd file system yet, so livecd is not yet suppored, but feel free to contribute if you want


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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 6:32 am 
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You got a PM from me about website :)


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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2021 4:57 am 
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Hi all

I have Lost m'y hard Drive and i do note have any backup

Does someone of you have downloaded a copy of the sources i shared?


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 Post subject: Re: 32 Bit FreeBasic OS
PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2021 4:51 am 
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trolly wrote:
btw, i dont have git, how do i dowload the sources tree?
trolly wrote:
I have Lost m'y hard Drive and i do note have any backup
That's bad. This is exactly why you should have used git (preferably with a remote repo for backup). Nice looking interface btw, reminds me of MWM and CDE from my old Ultrix and VMS days. Well done! Hope you manage to get the source back.

Kevin wrote:
If you want to use some drivers from me (and others), you can just implement the header files of the CDI interface.
I've tried to take a look, but all doc and source links lead to HTTP 404 (and the doc.h only contains comments, no prototypes at all). It does not have a proper page in our wiki, just a stub with more dead links (lowlevel site might have some info, but that's in German only, and the provided source link gives HTTP 404). I was unable to find anything with websearch either (well I have found lots and lots of links, but I doubt they're what you were referring to, like core device interface, container device interface and even Dell's networking interface). It looks like the acronym CDI is already heavily overused. And how is CDI different to EDI for example? EDI seems to have a proper specification and example drivers too. Why not revive that instead? Was CDI designed with microkernel or monolithic kernel in mind?

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