I whant to develop my own OS

I whant to develop my own OS

Post by Erol » Fri, 15 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Any one who know were I should start...
I can program Assembly and C
 
 
 

I whant to develop my own OS

Post by Grant Edwar » Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:00:00



>> Any one who know were I should start...
>> I can program Assembly and C
>    Please don't. As it is, we have a lot of Oses around, and adding
>one more is not justifyable, as you'll have to have something more in your
>OS than what the others provide, so as to be successfull.

Ah, c'mon, that's probably what somebody told Linus Torvalds.
After all, who needed another Unix clone?  After all, Linux
didn't include anything more than the others...  ;)

If he wants to develop an OS, more power to him.  Doesn't
everybody at least once decide they need to design their own
OS, language, or CPU?

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1. Do you want Richard Burgess' "Developing Your Own 32-bit Operating System"?

Hi all,

I've seen a few posts recently from people looking for Richard
Burgess' book "Developing Your Own 32-bit Operating System".  Just
wanted to let the interested parties know that I found this book
available for download (not free) at:

        www.sensorypublishing.com

The price is $24.95 in PDF format, including source code.

I'm not affiliated with the company or anything, just thought people
might like to know.

mark

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