no modification needed here, just setup Q or Qemu ( i have OSX) and setup the VM with the image.You don’t need the dd trick to get it to boot and it works WITH networking. WOW!
haven’t seen that screen in a LOOOONG time.Glad to ‘C’ it.
Also glad to see some standards used on an OS unlike OSX or Windoze which seem to use anything they can that doesn’t build right at all and claim it works ‘ok’.I Prefer delphi/pascal, but C is okay.I find the logic rather confusing though.Might want to include python, it is MUCH easier to code with provided you have the base *NIX foundation to work from.Merges well with C routines.Its pretty common nowadays too.
Now the trick for the live and/or cd install shouldn’t prove THAT difficult.Ya know, do the make bzimage/installer/etc… hell even clone the data from cd and reset the rw bit for all I care.would be nice to see it on disc. YES, I’m quite familiar with the *NIX’es around here, started from red hat, but frequent ubuntu from time to time. Not quite sure where to begin on pulling the BS from the HD though.I’ve heard it done,but like many unix stuff I forget easily.
Have you thought about porting or using some of the free apps common to some other distros? (open office/gimp/etc…)May help it take off if the users out there can actually USE the OS.
–Just a thought.