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Re: K-Man tears apart a 2nd example of the Sociopath's coding "expertise"



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I see he use Kernel 16 and Kernel 32..
he had Sound Blaster
I'll believe I will use his OS and a Template,
for my Pandora Box OS..



;;   Included files:
;;
;;   Kernel16.inc
;;    - Booteng.inc   English text for bootup
;;    - Bootcode.inc  Hardware setup
;;    - Pci16.inc     PCI functions
;;
;;   Kernel32.inc
;;    - Sys32.inc     Process management
;;    - Shutdown.inc  Shutdown and restart
;;    - Fat32.inc     Read / write hd
;;    - Vesa12.inc    Vesa 1.2 driver
;;    - Vesa20.inc    Vesa 2.0 driver
;;    - Vga.inc       VGA driver
;;    - Stack.inc     Network interface
;;    - Mouse.inc     Mouse pointer
;;    - Scincode.inc  Window skinning
;;    - Pci32.inc     PCI functions

Re: K-Man tears apart a 2nd example of the Sociopath's coding "expertise"


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real mode and protected mode. Yep.

It all starts in real mode, then you jump into protected mode and
continue on! :)

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You might want some books on assembler and low level programming. Ralph
Browns interrupt list will help you in this case too. You'll want to
checkout the section on Interrupt 13.
 


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bills to pay. I got mouths to feed. Ain't nothing in this world for
free. Oh No. I can't slow down, I can't hold back though you know I wish
I could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked, until we close our
eyes for good.




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Is thee a supports 64bit option roms too,
on some newer motherboard ?

Re: K-Man tears apart a 2nd example of the Sociopath's coding "expertise"


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Yep. The option roms are very interesting. They can actually be on your
system BIOS chip, or on an expansion card. Think of the old NIC cards
that could remote boot an image off the network. [g] That was an option
rom.
 



--
You know there ain't no rest for the wicked. Money don't grow on trees.
I got bills to pay. I got mouths to feed. Ain't nothing in this world
for free. I can't slow down, I can't hold back though you know I wish I
could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked, until we close our eyes
for good.




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So do the asm 64 bit have more command then the 16bit,
because of a 64 bit BIOS chip?

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More registers, more commands to deal with them, whatever additional
features are available on the specific chip; amd/intel/atom.. etc


--
You know there ain't no rest for the wicked. Money don't grow on trees.
I got bills to pay. I got mouths to feed. Ain't nothing in this world
for free. I can't slow down, I can't hold back though you know I wish I
could. Oh no there ain't no rest for the wicked, until we close our eyes
for good.




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