where are the headers?
agrimes at speakeasy.net
Wed Jul 19 19:47:51 CEST 2006
> For graphical user interface solutions from our group, please, have a
> look at http://demo.tudos.org/ and http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/dope/.
I just ran your demo disk on my Athlon 800, a 6 year old machine, and OH
MY GOD! It ran amazingly smooth. It had no trouble at all showing all
the graphics demos at once and the quake game was smooth as silk. --
though quite challenging! =P
I've been trying to test out my own ideas about how to design an
Operating system since I finalized the design in 2001. Jochen's writings
about L4 were a major influence on my thinking.
I have had relatively poor luck with L4. I only learned receiently how
modules can be loaded by GRUB. Previously, I thought they were linked
with the binary. I've only been able to play with the pre-made demo disks.
With the new release of Minix, I had hoped to be able to rig up a server
which would provide an API over IPC that would offer some of the
features of my OS. -- without having to start from scratch... Minix, to
my horror, reserves its microkernel features for it's pre-registered
servers but then restricts userspace processes to the, by all rights,
obsolete Unix API. =(
Looking for a quick fix, I thought it'd be comparatively easy to use L4
in place of the minix kernel where I'd be able to take advantage of the
relatively mature microkernel unix implementation and also be able to
So I went back to your fine project and tried, once again, to figure out
how your source code is laid out... My thinking now is that I need to
save up for air fare over to Germany and get a week's worth of training
on this codebase...
Don't let your schoolwork get in the way of your learning.
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