ytterOS - An introduction
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Author:  joshhorn [ Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:26 pm ]
Post subject:  ytterOS - An introduction

Hi! I'm new here my name is Josh and I'm the developer of an operating system called ytterOS.

Currently this is what is working in the system:
FAT12 filesystem / FAT12 booting
keyboard input and debug console
newline function for keyboard input
screen formatting with color and cursor movement routines
low memory detection
serial in and out
PC shutdown routine
Basic error handling

It's not a UNIX-like, and it's not DOS-like either, it's unique unto itself. Though many future commands in the debug console will be UNIX-like, since I've been
using GNU/Linux for 21 years.

Here is a screenshot after boot-up. If this image fails to show, let me know.

Hi all!
Josh H.

Author:  tay10r [ Sat Mar 31, 2018 12:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: ytterOS - An introduction

You could use BMFS and have a more functional file system. Fat12 is limited in size and file name size.

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