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Author:  JasonHu [ Thu May 23, 2019 9:49 am ]
Post subject:  BookOS-v0.4 here

What is Book OS?
It is a x86 32bits operate system. It's a nice dish! 8)
Memory manage for 4G.
process and thread.
Bofs file system.
Bogui graphic.
Mouse and Keyboard.
ATA harddisk.
Ramdisk.
PCI device manage.
App -bosh :)
And so on...
We are from China. We want to make it better! 8)
This is our github: https://github.com/huzichengdevelop/Book-OS
And This is our Website: http://www.book-os.org/
My e-maile: 2323168280@qq.com
If you are interested in it, you can send e-mail to me or push request to github. :D
And I am waiting for your advice.

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Author:  Octacone [ Thu May 23, 2019 10:44 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Introduce the system I developed -[bookos]

Hi,

This shouldn't really be posted here.
You are better off posting it under "Announcements, Test Requests, & Job openings".

Anyways, nice looking OS.
I wanted to try it...but...
Quote:
How to run BookOS in linux(ubuntu linuxmint...):
1.You need setup some essential packages:
sudo apt-get install gcc make build-essential
sudo apt-get install qemu qemu-user-static
sudo apt-get install nasm vgabios bochs bochs-x bximage
2.Changing your current dictionary to src and make:
cd $workdir/src
make
3.Have fun

I don't think so...no fun in there...
It would be nice if there was an ISO image, so I can run it in Virtual Box.

Author:  JasonHu [ Fri May 24, 2019 12:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Introduce the system I developed -[bookos]

I'm glad I got a response and you are interested in it.
Yes, you are right, I shold make a ISO to make it easier to know.

But I just have .img file and .vhd file to run in VirtualBox or qemu.
And you can get them in my github:
https://github.com/huzichengdevelop/Boo ... master/img
a.img is floppy to boot os.
c.img or c.vhd is channel 0 disk 0 -hda
d.img or d.vhd is channel 0 disk 1 -hdb
.img is for qemu or bochs.
.vhd is for virtualbox
you need to config VM by yourself.

And It's my first post on OSDEV.I don't know where to publish my os. Thank you for reminding me.
Now this os is like a little baby, we believe that it can be better in the future. :P

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