joshua50187

My Own OS

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No No No..

It has to be made from a heirarch of ancient ritual and or spirtual transcendance.. You must create the DNA for the sequence in nature, science , and theory and manifest the new working instructions.. Encryption is meant like the ancient secrets of Egypt.. To hide a file is like hiding the ancient city of Atlantis, patches are like scrolls that are discovered underseas, burials later in life.. The electromagnetic Masonite is what makes the secrets into vision, and why Tesla was ahead of his time to be made fun of the same as you flamers will do now..

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No No No..

It has to be made from a heirarch of ancient ritual and or spirtual transcendance.. You must create the DNA for the sequence in nature, science , and theory and manifest the new working instructions.. Encryption is meant like the ancient secrets of Egypt.. To hide a file is like hiding the ancient city of Atlantis, patches are like scrolls that are discovered underseas, burials later in life.. The electromagnetic Masonite is what makes the secrets into vision, and why Tesla was ahead of his time to be made fun of the same as you flamers will do now..

I got it why didn't you say that in the first place.

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First I would not even bother with any *nix crap.. I think this is an awesome idea.. The concept is idea 1, must have some ancient mythos or relic of symbol that is based in fantasy.. For an example of a similar concept I was story boarding called Ageypt OS with the adse filesys (Atlantis Dimension Egypt Stonehinge). I would grab an 8086, modded xbox, nes 8 bit, Atari xl, xbox360 amiga 1000, amstrad, and a PDA plus a fairly modern Duo Core Mac or Pc. I think the more different hardware with theories and concepts that have been abanonded , might create a ambiance of a language that could be very fuzzy logic and create a whole new ballpark in the ways we could use machines and re-use old ones as well.. Perhaps something similar to how Davinci used to create paintings.. He would draw the skeleton first, add the muscles and tissues, and then create the flesh finally.. I think any thing is possible and creating quantum computing would have been laughable spoken 4 years ago.. So go for it.. And remember these are just random ideas, let the nitpickers begin and await all the complaints.. But go for it!

umm...what...the...fuck?

lol, it sounds like Windows NT :)

Thats stupid, this is how I would do it. First contruct an instruction set to run your OS on, than write an hardware emulation layer, so that you can run your OS (on your emulated instruction set) on a toaster. Then of course, you could create a CPU to run your OS (with your instruction set) and then emulate a toaster running your emulated instruction set on your CPU. Than you could emulate any piece of hardware on top of your toaster! Your could then cluster your toaster with dozens of other pieces of hardware running your OS! It would be so advanced that it could build hardware to expand it's processing ability to meet the requirements :)

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First I would not even bother with any *nix crap.. I think this is an awesome idea.. The concept is idea 1, must have some ancient mythos or relic of symbol that is based in fantasy.. For an example of a similar concept I was story boarding called Ageypt OS with the adse filesys (Atlantis Dimension Egypt Stonehinge). I would grab an 8086, modded xbox, nes 8 bit, Atari xl, xbox360 amiga 1000, amstrad, and a PDA plus a fairly modern Duo Core Mac or Pc. I think the more different hardware with theories and concepts that have been abanonded , might create a ambiance of a language that could be very fuzzy logic and create a whole new ballpark in the ways we could use machines and re-use old ones as well.. Perhaps something similar to how Davinci used to create paintings.. He would draw the skeleton first, add the muscles and tissues, and then create the flesh finally.. I think any thing is possible and creating quantum computing would have been laughable spoken 4 years ago.. So go for it.. And remember these are just random ideas, let the nitpickers begin and await all the complaints.. But go for it!

umm...what...the...fuck?

lol, it sounds like Windows NT :)

Thats stupid, this is how I would do it. First contruct an instruction set to run your OS on, than write an hardware emulation layer, so that you can run your OS (on your emulated instruction set) on a toaster. Then of course, you could create a CPU to run your OS (with your instruction set) and then emulate a toaster running your emulated instruction set on your CPU. Than you could emulate any piece of hardware on top of your toaster! Your could then cluster your toaster with dozens of other pieces of hardware running your OS! It would be so advanced that it could build hardware to expand it's processing ability to meet the requirements :)

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Hold on, as soon as i read this post i didn't even know how to put it in words. its taken me a full minute to

absorb this and take it in. About one month or maybe a little bit longer than that, i read your first post on this forum.

you told people that you had been playing around with Linux for a long time and in the same post you asked for

help installing fedora core 6 with anaconda the Graphical installer, that seemed abit fishy to me when i read the line

of "using Linux on spare laptops for a while now" and "stuck installing fedora core using a GUI because i have no idea what a partition is".

come on... are we talking bull here??? and just this morning i read your post about an ndis-wrapper. ok, alot of times some people get stuck

trying to get this to work, but you made it sound like you didn't know what a kernel is and why the ndis-wrapper didn't work???

and now in the same day, i am reading a post about writing your own operating system??? are you kidding me?

your last post in the other topic says you prefer to work in command line anyways?!?!?! why don't you learn from the start

with the GUI, then start and learn the commands, then start learning about the kernel and preferably learn a programming language

and then finally dream of making your own OS. do you think that people will laugh at you if you are not "leet" ?

maybe telling people that i work only in command lines and starting my own OS will make people listen to me???

asking is good, but please do not try and upset the people in the forum by, asking how to install FC6 with anaconda in week 1 and then

ask how to write an OS in week 2.

i think people will just think that you're ars-ing around and not really wanting to learn.

maybe it is just me who has read your posts in the last month and feel alittle bit confused

i posted that cause i wanted to partition the hard drive to fit windows and linux not to install just linux big difference

i don't care what people think of me but your taking just a couple of curios help posts and thinking you know what i am capable of and i don't mean this to be rude in anyway i know im not 1337 very far from it but i am setting a goal

i get bored with things after awhile so i focus on many things at once i have ADD so i learn a couple of things liek in language i learned spanish and portugese at the same time cause it was difficult to keep my attention i use to really good at C but just lost focus on it and i do know C was made to create OSes

i don't know i m just shooting for the stars and keeping me going it's dream i have not a oh im starting it right now just i would liek to start on learning what i need to do it the way i want to

Can You Please Learn How To Spell. Might Help In The "Programming Part Of It." Also How Is It Possible That You Once Were Very Good At C++ And Somehow Are Not Now. Programming Is Like Riding A Bike. Once You Learn You Don't Forget. Also Please Take Some Of This Advice!

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Can You Please Learn How To Spell. Might Help In The "Programming Part Of It." Also How Is It Possible That You Once Were Very Good At C++ And Somehow Are Not Now. Programming Is Like Riding A Bike. Once You Learn You Don't Forget. Also Please Take Some Of This Advice!

Even I Took Your Typing Advice And Now I Can Type With Proper Capitalaztion And Puncuation! I Am So Glad That You Where Here To Help Me. Thanks.

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Hey, how's your OS coming along? Made any progress?

Can You Please Learn How To Spell. Might Help In The "Programming Part Of It." Also How Is It Possible That You Once Were Very Good At C++ And Somehow Are Not Now. Programming Is Like Riding A Bike. Once You Learn You Don't Forget. Also Please Take Some Of This Advice!

First Of All, Why Would You Capitalize The First Letter Of Every Word In Every Sentence? This Is...Retarded.

Also, maybe he forgot. I used to be quite skilled at HTML, but now I can hardly remember much of it. I have to think for a second when making images or anchors, to make sure I typed everything correctly. It's not like riding a bike at all. Bike riding isn't all that hard to learn, and the only reason you don't forget is because when you get older you know how to ride a bike because it's common sense. There are some things you don't have to learn when you are past the age of 6. Learning To Not Capitalize Every Word When Ranting At Someone For The Way He Types Must Be One Of Them: Exclusive To You.

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You still have to learn to ride a bike if you're past age six and don't know how. It doesn't just come naturally. Just like everything, you have to learn and practice. Practice is the most important. One can read a textbook on how to speak Spanish, but if he/she doesn't go practice, then it does that person no good.

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You should write the entire operating system using ruby on rails

fuck that. QBASIC dat piece.

and pretend like it boots to your OS.

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You still have to learn to ride a bike if you're past age six and don't know how. It doesn't just come naturally. Just like everything, you have to learn and practice. Practice is the most important. One can read a textbook on how to speak Spanish, but if he/she doesn't go practice, then it does that person no good.

Yeah, but once it clicks you can do it. You don't have to study, and invest time with your bike. Or, I didn't have to anyway. I also don't need viagra.

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Might I say that I've lolled more in this thread than ever in my short time on the fora.

While this is a quite difficult proposition and hardly something to be learned from a community on the internet, he shouldn't be beaten up too much. My happiness for the five or so people who actually provided useful information... lambda's post a few pages back stuck out.

I agree that Avatar/Oroborus needs to step back and start programming simpler systems, but have no qualms about the ground-up approach to computing. I intend to become familiar with basic computer design in the coming years, but have no ambitions to create an OS.

One question I have to pose to the crowd... assuming one has the fundamentals, how would he/she actually start programming a modern computer without another, OS'd computer? There are no arrays of switches nor holes for punchcards... would he want to build a simple device that directly interfaces with a floppy drive and allows him to write binary on a two-button keypad? From here I could see writing a basic editor and assembler that could be loaded into memory and allow him to dump stuff to drive.

I just pulled that out of my ass, though, so what's the proper approach?

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Why is this thread still alive?

Sorry about that. My newbdar picked up on it, being the top thread in *NIX and all. I realized a little later that I was resurrecting it. Still an interesting topic, even if the OP's goals are a little far-fetched.

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Writing a OS from scratch is one of the hardest programming challenges a programmer can take on, most people make the mistake of trying to make something that is just impossible. If i had a pound for every time i see a post that says ' i want to code a OS that is better than windows or linux or i want to write a OS that can run both win and linux programs on it' i would be rich.

To give a idea, to make a Dos clone would take the best part of 5 years working full time. I have been working on my OS along with a team of coders, for the best part of 5 years and its nowhere near complete.

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Writing a OS from scratch is one of the hardest programming challenges a programmer can take on, most people make the mistake of trying to make something that is just impossible. If i had a pound for every time i see a post that says ' i want to code a OS that is better than windows or linux or i want to write a OS that can run both win and linux programs on it' i would be rich.

To give a idea, to make a Dos clone would take the best part of 5 years working full time. I have been working on my OS along with a team of coders, for the best part of 5 years and its nowhere near complete.

I'd say the problem is many beginners in computer programming think determination can make them do everything they want. false.

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