~lenatrauman/2.4kbps.net#2: 
DuskOS?

If more experimental software is fair game, then I nominate DuskOS and/or CollapseOS for inclusion. CollapseOS is actually pretty usable on a PC. DuskOS requires a lot more doc reading for now.

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~raingloom
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5 months ago
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5 months ago
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~lenatrauman 5 months ago

This is a good idea. I'll try to find/make a bootable image and/or executable.

~lenatrauman 5 months ago

I have added pre-built CollapseOS for PC/AT (padded disk.bin to become a valid floppy image, too) and RC2014 to the site. I don't know if CollapseOS on PC/AT behaves the way it should, it looks a bit different from CollapseOS in RC2014 emulator. Could you please check?

I have very little idea about what CollapseOS is and how it works, so I kept as much documentation as possible in the archives. I also added RC2014 emulator to the RC2014 archive, in theory it should be enough for a really clever person to reconstruct RC2014 in hardware.

~raingloom 5 months ago

"~lenatrauman" outgoing@sr.ht writes:

[[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]] I have added pre-built CollapseOS for PC/AT (padded disk.bin to become a valid floppy image, too) and RC2014 to the site. I don't know if CollapseOS on PC/AT behaves the way it should, it looks a bit different from CollapseOS in RC2014 emulator. Could you please check?

I have very little idea about what CollapseOS is and how it works, so I kept as much documentation as possible in the archives. I also added RC2014 emulator to the RC2014 archive, in theory it should be enough for a really clever person to reconstruct RC2014 in hardware.

Tested on QEMU, the grid based text editor starts without issues. So it seems to be working. Gonna test it on real hardware later, I can't write a floppy from this one.

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