Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 24th Jul 2005 00:51 UTC, submitted by Andy McLaughlin
OSNews, Generic OSes Visopsys is an alternative OS for PC-compatibles. Version 0.56 is a maintenance and bugfix release, with important fixes to eliminate potential boot problems, faulty EXT2/3 mounts, and problems with the detection of secondary hard disks. Important multitasker improvements related to process initialization have also been back-ported from the 0.6 development branch. Download page and changelog.
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by Tuishimi on Sun 24th Jul 2005 10:21 UTC
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...has a sort of OS/2-ish feel to it. Good timing seeing how IBM announced its demise.

I didn't read through his entire site, but I wonder what sort of GUI modifications he is planning. Seemed sort of mysterious about it. ;)

Anyway, nice little OS. Any different flavor of OS is a good flavor in my book. Nice to see people are still out there hacking away on their own, personal, projects despite the fact that most people would simply "poo-poo" their efforts as a waste of time.

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