Maybe we should start working on a kernel ourselves.. the connactic has not posted in a long time, maybe he's left the project
Not yet. Remember i do it in my free time, and i have two more hacks to take care of. In fact, i came to the conclusion we're not going to advance much without a ssse3 emulator. I'm on it, but remember also that i'm learning assembly language from scratch, so it will
It would be great if someone steps in and improve the kernels i already posted. Anyone with programing skills can play with my diffs so we can see what happens.
If I knew the first thing about coding a kernel I would spent my free time working on this. If some would like to point me in the right direction etc I will take a look and see what ai can learn about.
Great, that's the spirit. When i started this i had little C and zero assembly knowledge. Now i'm comfortable with C and learning assembly, and did make some progress with my basic knowledge. The more people to work on it, the better our chances of success. There are plenty of free material on internet about C and asm programming: google is your friend.