Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Aug 2005 14:42 UTC, submitted by Andy McLaughlin
OSNews, Generic OSes Version 0.57 of Visopsys is now available for download. This is a bugfix and maintenance release. There are various GUI touch-ups, the Disk Manager (a.k.a. Partition Logic) now updates disk geometry information in FAT partitions after disk copy operations, the window 'list' component has been reimplemented, and a number of kernel improvements have been back-ported from the 0.6 development branch. As always, the ISO image is an installable live demo. Downloads here, changelog here, and Freshmeat announcement here.
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v I don't get it
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 15:25 UTC
Kinda useless
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 15:30 UTC
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I've been following Viopsys for awhile, and while it's a nifty idea it looks pretty useful--is there even any ports to it?

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Come on
by Smartpatrol on Wed 24th Aug 2005 15:44 UTC
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What, exactly, are they trying to accomplish with this OS? It doesn't look like very much; hell, windows 95 looked better, 10 years ago.

Thats the problem with your statement there isn't a "they" its a "him" one person cranking out an OS. In my opinion a monstrous task and i am surprised it looks as good as it does. He clearly states on his website that its not that useful for individuals yet and he is waiting for it to mature more before he includes others in the developement process.

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v RE: Come on
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 17:56 UTC in reply to "Come on"
RE[2]: Come on
by jdrake on Wed 24th Aug 2005 19:13 UTC in reply to "RE: Come on"
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To feed the trolls...

Your question was highly disrespectful to the topic. Anyone that has gotten this far in OS development deserves some measure of respect - even from detractors.

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Great job
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 16:31 UTC
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This is a great project. There are too many people who comment on OS development from the backseat, rather than give it a shot and try to build something themselves. The author has accomplished a lot in this project and it is looking great.

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v Man this rocxors
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 17:42 UTC
just think..
by tastytaste on Wed 24th Aug 2005 17:44 UTC
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in a few years we can have heated flame wars between this and skyOS ;)

... all joking aside though, it is very nice looking for being a one man show.

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v sorry
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 17:52 UTC
v sucks
by Anonymous on Wed 24th Aug 2005 18:34 UTC
v OT: to SkyOS enthusiasts
by Tanner on Thu 25th Aug 2005 12:35 UTC
RE: OT: to SkyOS enthusiasts
by Anonymous on Thu 25th Aug 2005 19:31 UTC in reply to "OT: to SkyOS enthusiasts"
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Type correct English.

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