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Old 10-07-2003, 07:02 AM   #1
CryptDragoon
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Thats It!


Slackware sucks I've used SUSE, Redhat and Debian and all compile fine ..Slackware doesn't it thinks there is a problem with the human interface device module witch I haven't even touched now I donno about anyone here but when I want to recompile my kernel I expect it to compile as it should .... and this is why I hate OS's with Linux you have this problem and with Windows you can't even wipe your ass without Billy boi standing next to you so instead of getting all worked up on how stupid both OS's are I"ve decided to write my own that way I have total say on what I can do with it and I know 100% of the time my kernel will compile correctly because I will be writing the drivers for my hardware thus eliminating the Linux fault ...sure the OS rocks until you have to recompile the kernel .... or anything else for that matter.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 07:49 AM   #2
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Sounds like your having a problem with the human interface device module. I'd download an upgraded version as soon as possible.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 08:36 AM   #3
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If you didn't have a problem with SuSE, RedHat, and Debian, why did you change. What are you looking for? Life is full of challenges and disappointments. Either ask for help or move on. Saying the distro sucks won't solve your problem and makes you look like you having an temper-tantrum - boo hoo.

Oh! Wait!!!
I just read the rest of your post! Your going to write your own OS! I had now idea I was talking to someone so brilliant. Please forgive me. You must be right, linux does suck. I'm going to format my drive right now. Please mail me a copy as soon as your done. Will it be ready by next week? I have a report to write.

Thank you so much!
 
Old 10-07-2003, 06:00 PM   #4
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ROFL!!! Next week try in the next 2 - 3 years ....I'm not going to be using "C/C++" I'm going sriaght to the source ....if I do deside to make an OS it will be wrttien in 100% Assembly so I wont have problems other OS's do like the slow down when displaying too many graphics ...(KDE, Gnome) and it would be much easyer to fix things because if there was an error in any of my models I'd be able to fix it.

Last edited by CryptDragoon; 10-07-2003 at 06:02 PM.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 07:03 PM   #5
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I am curious, however... how will you be able to write everything the Open Source Community has been able to create in years within a couple?

Are you going to make your own text editors, calculators, etc? And I'm curious, too... how will you able to make your OS faster when displaying graphics? I don't think there are errors in the memory / CPU management in Linux... but maybe you know better
 
Old 10-07-2003, 07:20 PM   #6
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Quote:
Originally posted by Jose Muņiz
I am curious, however... how will you be able to write everything the Open Source Community has been able to create in years within a couple?

Are you going to make your own text editors, calculators, etc? And I'm curious, too... how will you able to make your OS faster when displaying graphics? I don't think there are errors in the memory / CPU management in Linux... but maybe you know better


Frist I will do this .....here is my plan file

Bootloader
Kernelcore

then I won't have to make everything in the OpenSource Commuity because I will be able to run Win32's or any C based program for that matter as long as its source was made for the x86 CPU.

How will I make the OS faster by displaying graphics?
Easy write my own graphics interrupts and tweak them as much as I possibly can. You may not know this but with Assembly Language I can talk to the core driectly and tell it exactly what I want it to do ...this is accomplished because I am talking to my hardware at its own level .. and not threw a highend compiler witch sometime can "mis translate" what I really want to tell the hardware ....thus slowing it down.

Last edited by CryptDragoon; 10-07-2003 at 07:27 PM.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 07:49 PM   #7
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So you plan to create yet another alternative operating system? Lets see there is already GNU/Hurd, Syllable, AROS, MenuetOS, TriangleOS, SkyOS, FreeDOS, DROPS, JourneyOS, OpenBeOS, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, AtheOS, Plan 9, Inferno, NewOS and Linux. What will you call yours? That is only a partial list the the various alternative operating system projects currently going on. Have fun writing all that by yourself in assembly language. Let me know how the project is going a few decades from now.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 08:05 PM   #8
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LOL decades? only 2-3 years maximum there is no need for decades if you know what your doing and how to write software in ASM it takes me almost the time it takes me to write a C app to write something in ASM and I will call my Operating System NEXUS and who says I will be by myself? I plan on getting a team of Assembly hackers like myself and form a Company called Nexus Software Inc.
 
Old 10-07-2003, 08:32 PM   #9
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You guys are really funny.. :P
 
Old 10-07-2003, 10:45 PM   #10
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Dear CryptDragoon,

Hello my name is Darl McBride. Glad to hear that you are planning on coding your own OS. I just wanted to remind you that SCO owns the IP on all OS's since they are all based on Sys V code.

Your invoice is in the mail.

Thank You,
Darl McBride

Sorry, couldn't resist
 
Old 10-07-2003, 11:13 PM   #11
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Re: Thats It!

Quote:
Originally posted by CryptDragoon
I"ve decided to write my own that way I have total say on what I can do with it and I know 100% of the time my kernel will compile correctly because I will be writing the drivers for my hardware thus eliminating the Linux fault ...sure the OS rocks
oh, waaa waaaa, you have 6 posts, Slack 9.1 has not even been out a month yet..........waaaa waaaaa, instead of acting like a REAL Linux user and trying to figure out WHY the Kernel won't compile properly, you come on here and Whine. We really don't want to hear you . I don't believe you have the Brains to write you own OS, ..........because you don't have the brains to figure out why Linux won't run on Your box the way it should.
 
Old 10-08-2003, 01:00 AM   #12
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So you can't even get Slackware 9.1 to install, how you ever going to accomplish writing your own OS.... ??

Good luck writing all your own drivers as well, some are just a guessing game since the hardware vendors don't even give out the specs on the hardware. It would take you years all by yourself to get a working OS all by yourself when Linux and all of its components are written by millions worldwide..
 
Old 10-08-2003, 03:45 AM   #13
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Re: Re: Thats It!

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Originally posted by 320mb
oh, waaa waaaa, you have 6 posts, Slack 9.1 has not even been out a month yet..........waaaa waaaaa, instead of acting like a REAL Linux user and trying to figure out WHY the Kernel won't compile properly, you come on here and Whine. We really don't want to hear you . I don't believe you have the Brains to write you own OS, ..........because you don't have the brains to figure out why Linux won't run on Your box the way it should.
ROFL!!! Frist of all I don't care what you beleave and second I have been trying to get the kernel up from some time I've tryed to recompile it over 12 times now and I do have the skills to write my own OS it's not my fault that "make bzImage" says there is a HID module error .. if I knew C/C++ I wouldn't even bother posting cause I wouldnt have this problem ...

And 3 I'm not crying you retarted sorry excise for a intellgent being! I think if something was ment to be recompiled then it should work everytime ...not ...well maybe i'll work this time and ..maybe not ....

See Slackware is sooo stable because you can't recompile it
the minute you try it blows a fuse ...sure you can Install it but DRI? MESA ? USB external devices ? Why on earth would you want support for all that under linux? Thats what I think the creators of this distro are thinking ...lol


Quote:
Originally posted by trickykid
So you can't even get Slackware 9.1 to install, how you ever going to accomplish writing your own OS.... ??

Good luck writing all your own drivers as well, some are just a guessing game since the hardware vendors don't even give out the specs on the hardware. It would take you years all by yourself to get a working OS all by yourself when Linux and all of its components are written by millions worldwide..

Install? it installs fine and simple ..... recompiling the kernel and installing are 2 different matters and I won't be alone I have already 2 other ASM hackers like myself to aid me to bring the Nexus to life. If we need to we can always extract the debug infomation from any piece of hardware your forgetting I AM NOT USING C ..... I can talk to any hardware thus I can extract the nessary info to make drivers cause unlike C I have complete control of every single circut in a computer system so if I need to dump the devices frimware into memory then write it to a file I can thus making it possible to write drivers that do not require "guessing" at.

Last edited by CryptDragoon; 10-08-2003 at 03:48 AM.
 
Old 10-08-2003, 04:39 AM   #14
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I am new here, and I don't want to flame, but it is interesting how some people who cannot spell (mind you, I make errors, but I mean basic stuff) actually assert that they know a great deal.

Why do we respond to them when they are just young people baiting us. If he thinks he can do it then let him say so and ignore him, after all, people either ignore or avoid farts, don't they?
 
Old 10-08-2003, 06:29 AM   #15
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Unhappy Sort of along those lines

Don't you have to have a OS to write all that code? What is he/she going to use if not Linux/Unix? Surely not windoze.

Hey, I know, fix all the bugs in windoze. lol lol lol

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Sorry, had to get up off the floor.

Back to my hole now



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