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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:57 pm 
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MysteriOS
Description : extremely modular monolithic kernel (just like Linux but much more modular) designed to be potentially portable on almost any platform ; current build (05/2009) has a graphic GUI and can run small native Linux programs (ie. a binary working on Linux could work on MysteriOS without recompiling it)

Contact : Pierre Krieger (webmaster AT tomaka17.com)
URL : http://mysterios.tomaka17.com/


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:16 am 
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The MK1 Hybrid Theory OS
--> A small project to port the .NET runtime onto bare metal, and run managed kernel on top.

Contact - Rudraksh MK: rmk.hackerlabs@gmail.com
URL - http://sites.google.com/site/thehackerl ... esearch-os

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:53 am 
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redoktober wrote:
The MK1 Hybrid Theory OS
--> A small project to port the .NET runtime onto bare metal, and run managed kernel on top.

Contact - Rudraksh MK: rmk.hackerlabs@gmail.com
URL - http://sites.google.com/site/thehackerl ... esearch-os

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:51 am 
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OS Name: Pebble Operating System
Description: Pebble is a 32-bit operating sytem for IA-32 systems. It can run MS-DOS and DPMI compatible applications and will provide advanced features such as multitasking and paging. It will be a good platform to run old MS-DOS and embedded programs.
Website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pebble-os/

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 12:00 pm 
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OS Name: Pebble Operating System
Description: Pebble is a 32-bit operating sytem for IA-32 systems. It can run MS-DOS and DPMI compatible applications and will provide advanced features such as multitasking and paging. It will be a good platform to run old MS-DOS and embedded programs.
Website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pebble-os/


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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Name: Yogobo
Description: An OS written in x86 assembly to teach me OS development and because there are currently no projects that start with a "Y"
Contact: weetabix99 NO SPAM at gmail.com
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Status: no release yet, under development


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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:09 am 
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weetabix wrote:
and because there are currently no projects that start with a "Y"

Nice reason :) ! I'll just add it now. I have mangled your email address - not a good idea to post your real address on a public forum.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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OS Name: XSK
Description: XSK is a 16-bit real-mode OS that is written in x86 Assembly and is being developed for educational reasons. Will be rewritten in 32-bit protected mode using a more versatile and portable language and support multitasking. XSK is also an attempt to create a kernel architecture that is better than the current models.
Email: rj [dot] alaskan [at] gmail [dot] com


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 6:48 am 
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OS Name: XSK
Description: XSK is a 16-bit real-mode OS that is written in x86 Assembly and is being developed for educational reasons. Will be rewritten in 32-bit protected mode using a more versatile and portable language and support multitasking. XSK is also an attempt to create a kernel architecture that is better than the current models.
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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 6:56 am 
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P.S.: to avoid spam, I respectively replaced @ and dots per [at] and [dot].


...and I've done the same to your forum message.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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Name: FrostOS
Contact: Alex <http://hvs.php-invent.com (send a PM to bluechill (me) )>
URL: http://hvs.php-invent.com (community making OS) http://frostos.origo.ethz.ch (place hosting files)
Status: working on it (as of this post rewriting code to make it look like c++ not C and adding input and output)
Misc Status: Looking for people to help currently 6 (as of post)

Description: FrostOS is an Os being developed by people at hvs.php-invent.com. This OS is going to be more than a console OS. We are planning on developing a shell (like bash or something) and then building a GUI front-end on to that, adding support for your own programs, running linux programs under the OS, custom programs under the OS, mac os x applications (maybe) and windows applications (through wine built into kernel). This OS is not a normal OS it is an ambitious Hacker OS.

Edit: and by hacker OS I mean a OS which has all the tools which you will need if you want to be a member at HVS, Hacking versus Security.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 2:45 pm 
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bluechill wrote:
Name: FrostOS
Contact: Alex <http://hvs.php-invent.com (send a PM to bluechill (me) )>
URL: http://hvs.php-invent.com (community making OS) http://frostos.origo.ethz.ch (place hosting files)
Status: working on it (as of this post rewriting code to make it look like c++ not C and adding input and output)
Misc Status: Looking for people to help currently 6 (as of post)


Added. But a short description of your OS would welcome.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 2:57 pm 
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yeah I haven't had time but I would of added it to the wiki myself since I have permissiosn to add it. but I updated my post with a description

"FrostOS is an Os being developed by people at hvs.php-invent.com. This OS is going to be more than a console OS. We are planning on developing a shell (like bash or something) and then buiding a GUI frontend on to that, adding support for your own programs, running linux programs under the OS, custom programs under the OS, mac os x applications (maybe) and windows applications (through wine built into kernel). This OS is not a normal OS it is an ambitous (something) OS." goto hvs.php-invent.com and I'm sure you can fill int eh blank based on what the site is about.

Edit: and by hacker OS I mean a OS which has all the tools which you will need if you want to be a member at HVS, Hacking verus Security.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 3:42 pm 
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bluechill: Regarding your plans for a GUI (when you're still working on the CLI), and Windows/Linux/Mac OS X compatibility, please read this: http://wiki.osdev.org/Beginner_Mistakes

Bear in mind, as an example, the ReactOS project. They've had some amazingly clever guys working on it, for many years, and although it's an awesome project it still can't run many Windows apps fully.

Your goals (unless you get hundreds of developers and massive funding) will take at least a decade to achieve. Good luck, but be realistic! (Also: to give a more serious impression of your project, run a spelling checker over your posts, and clear up your site so that people can easily get your code and find out the project's status.)

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 4:11 pm 
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I added the description of your OS in the wiki.

As M-Saunders says, your project is too ambitious. A project that will probably take several years to
achieve and which may be abandoned one day...

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So instead of focusing on emulating other systems, focus on your own. Design it, develop it, and be friends with it.

You should follow this example. Or, like me, do everything yourself. First, my OS will be only compatible with itself:
i have created my own executable format, my own assembler, and later, I will make my own file system. And when
I well understand everything, maybe I will add support for FAT12/16/32, ELF support, etc.

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