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OSNews, Generic OSes "A tiny 32 bit kernel written in Rust. I was inspired to download Rust and try to do this after seeing zero.rs - a stub that lets Rust programs run almost freestanding. It paints the screen bright red and then hangs. That's it."
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Temple OS
by TempleOS on Mon 27th May 2013 08:26 UTC
TempleOS
Member since:
2013-04-03

Do a story on Temple OS! http://www.templeos.org

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SPAM report !
by Kochise on Mon 27th May 2013 10:51 in reply to "Temple OS"
Kochise Member since:
2006-03-03

Since we're speaking of other OS, let's remind everyone about open-source and really usable incarnations :

http://visopsys.org/
http://monaos.org/
https://www.haiku-os.org/
...

Spot the differences ?

Kochise

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RE: SPAM report !
by Chris_G on Mon 27th May 2013 11:15 in reply to "SPAM report !"
Chris_G Member since:
2012-10-25

とあるOS ( http://toaruos.org ) might belong on that list too.

Edited 2013-05-27 11:18 UTC

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RE: Temple OS
by Chris_G on Mon 27th May 2013 11:06 in reply to "Temple OS"
Chris_G Member since:
2012-10-25

I mean no offense by this, but it's hard to take the project seriously with all the religious stuff. I know it's your prerogative, but it just doesn't belong in a basic system tool. Sorry.

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v RE[2]: Temple OS
by TempleOS on Mon 27th May 2013 11:14 in reply to "RE: Temple OS"
RE: Temple OS
by sultanqasim on Mon 27th May 2013 20:22 in reply to "Temple OS"
sultanqasim Member since:
2006-10-28

Yes, I know that there are a lot of cool niche operating system, and yes I know that TempleOS has some rather... unusual religious content, but it's still a very impressive undertaking for a single person project.

Stop criticizing TempleOS's comments, and instead take a look at the actual project. It's a pretty neat little OS, with real, interesting ideas. I for one would gladly welcome an OSNews story on TempleOS. The fact that it's written by an OSNews member is another plus.

Whatever you may feel about TempleOS's religious views, TempleOS is several orders of magnitude more impressive than this snippet of code that paints the screen red. TempleOS is a real, functional, and unique simple OS.

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RE[2]: Temple OS
by subsider34 on Mon 27th May 2013 22:45 in reply to "RE: Temple OS"
subsider34 Member since:
2010-11-08

Agreed.

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RE[2]: Temple OS
by kwan_e on Tue 28th May 2013 01:38 in reply to "RE: Temple OS"
kwan_e Member since:
2007-02-18

Stop criticizing TempleOS's comments, and instead take a look at the actual project.


If he wants us to take a look at his project rather than his comments, he can submit an article.

He chooses to make ridiculous comments, and given the ability to comment on comments (called replies), the subject of a comment is thus open to comment as well.

If his submitted article then continues to reference the subject of his comments, then people rightly have a right to comment on those too.

Either that, OR he has to make absolutely clear that no one is allowed to comment on his nuttiness and that he is beyond question and infallible.

Won't that be fun?

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RE: Temple OS
by Soulbender on Tue 28th May 2013 05:26 in reply to "Temple OS"
Soulbender Member since:
2005-08-18

Blatant self-promotion and religious craziness aside, sure why not? At least it does more than paint the screen red and hang.

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