I'm programming an opration system like as windows or linux.

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    Question I'm programming an opration system like as windows or linux.

    I'm programming an opration system like as windows or linux.
    Can you help me for something? If your answer is True ,please send a message to my e-mail(h_hadizadeh@hotmail.com).
    Thank you!

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    aurė entuluva! mithrandir's Avatar
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    Try this message forum at Flashdaddee.com

    http://flashdaddee.com/forums/forumd...?s=&forumid=20

    if you want help from some fellow OS devers.

    Another good place to start is www.osdev.org

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    What do you need help with?
    What will people say if they hear that I'm a Jesus freak?
    What will people do if they find that it's true?
    I don't really care if they label me a Jesus freak, there is no disguising the truth!

    Jesus Freak, D.C. Talk

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    Hmm, sounds good to me...you mean you're developing an OS "like Windows or Linux" (or? cannot decide? ) ALONE?!

    On the other hand, why should you develop an OS "like Windows or Linux"? Windows and Linux already exist! Do something original!

    Well, designing, modeling, developing, testing, error fixing, adding new features, etc. will take some years.
    Or you mean something like:
    ------------------------------------------------
    Booting (beep)

    loading MyOS 0.00156b (c) 2001-2083 (like Windows or Linux).....................

    OS loaded!

    C:\> dir
    Unknown command or file name

    C:\> help
    Syntax: Please help me!

    C:\> Please help me!
    Muahaha, sucker!
    Muahaha, sucker!
    Muahaha, sucker!
    Muahaha, sucker!
    Muahaha, sucker!
    Muahaha, sucker!

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    Good luck, you'll need it

    cody
    #include "reallife.h"

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    whoa!, what a project, why did you decided to make it like win and linux?, and, what are your bases?, I mean, what do you know about OSs internals?, what are you needing, exactly?, sounds interesting, but better try to get a new idea, loads of people are trying to do the same as you, look, for example www.skyos.org or www.menuetos.org , they're nice, but there is no future for them.


    Camilo

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    What is Win2k, something like 2 or 3 million lines of code.

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    and what's Win9x? like 5?

    crash();
    burn();
    die!();
    die!();
    die!();

    I'm makin my OS too...have been for a while, just haven't gotten around to doing anything with it for a few weeks....the address for it is in my sig ( http://www25.brinkster.com/acos )

    good luck.

    (PS: you really don't want to try and recreate win or linux by yourself )

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