There was a very long break in development of this operating system, and people could only download the boot code and a nearly empty file that promised to contain AuroraOS. But this is over now!Since the 28th of November, we have an official first stable release, containing boot code for FAT12/16/32 partitions, a kernel loader supporting EXE/COM programs, a kernel with a currently read-only FAT12/16 file system and a rich C library.
The C code can be compiled with the free Turbo C from Borland, the boot code with Borland’s Turbo Assembler and the rest of the assembler code with NASM.
AuroraOS 0.0.8, our current release, also features a simple dos-like shell. A new version supporting FAT32 is soon to be available! The good thing about this all: it all comes with full source code and is absolutely free!