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MikeOS v4.7.0
MikeOS v4.7.0 An operating system for x86 PCs, written in assembly language. It is a learning tool to show how simple 16-bit, real-mode OSes work, with well-commented code and extensive documentation. Features: A text-mode dialog and menu-driven interface Boots from a floppy disk, CD-ROM or USB key Over 60 system calls for use by third-party programs File manager, text editor, image viewer, games... Includes a BASIC interpreter with 46 instructions PC speaker sound and serial terminal connection The code is completely open source (under a BSD-like license), and is written by Mike Saunders and other developers. The .zip file: The download contains the source code (see the source and programs directories), along with disk images for floppies/USB keys and CD-Rs in the disk_images folder. Writing images: You can write the images to a floppy disk, USB key or CD-R and boot your PC from them to test -- or use a PC emulator such as QEMU, VirtualBox or VMware. See the User Handbook below for a guide. System requirements: Minimum 386 PC with a keyboard and 1MB of RAM. Handbooks: The Handbooks are also included with MikeOS, in the doc directory. Changes: 4.7.0 (9 April 2022) -------------------- # Many updates to programs/edit.asm from Pablo Gonzalez and Mark M: add support for more than screen-visible columns; show filename on top; show current line and column; add "open file" option; remove unnecessary screen redraws # Many updates to programs/monitor.asm: separate commands to input and execute code; 'd' command added to dump (in hex) a specified range of memory to the screen; 'p' command added to poke (insert) a byte into a memory location; code can now be entered in lower-case # Added programs/vedit.asm from John Endler: a Vi-like text editor # Added programs/editbin.asm from ...
5/5 1,056 Aug 02, 2022
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