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MineOS: powerful desktop environment for OpenOS

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10 hours ago, Toskin said:

Well, you need to specify what exactly is happening, because "does not run correctly" won't help much.

Ok i got

Internet card

Graphics card

APU

Bios

2X tier 3.5 Memory card

2X tier 3 Hard Disk

 

And i got the error on many apps: not enough memory

I find it is weird

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3 minutes ago, kodicraft4 said:

Ok i got

Internet card

Graphics card

APU

Bios

2X tier 3.5 Memory card

2X tier 3 Hard Disk

 

And i got the error on many apps: not enough memory

I find it is weird

FIrst one, I'm not sure why to use APU in combo with Graphics card considering APU is CPU+Graphics, and APU itself is made from components of lower tier than APU you'll get from them.

About those mem cards, yeah, I had exactly the same problem as you. MineOS is such memory hog on itself that most of apps can't be safely run on it.

My advice stays. Use T3 server full of 3.5 mem sticks, that should keep memory load under 75% no matter program you're running.

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Really cool, though the only thing I would really use it for is the Mine IDE editor so I don't have to use an external editor that doesn't have the OpenOS libraries. Which leads me on to my next point: cross-compatibility. MineOS isn't cross-compatible with OpenOS's libraries, which I really need unless you make a command line, low memory usage, version of your MineOS to run on extremely low-end machines. Even then, I would have to port all of my existing programs on to your OS.

I create a lot of programs for computers around my MC world to manage redstone things in a neat manner. Installing MineOS on every one of those computers isn't an option. Would be really cool if you could make an OpenOS emulator of sorts just to create programs for OpenOS.

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4 hours ago, 23Link89 said:

Really cool, though the only thing I would really use it for is the Mine IDE editor so I don't have to use an external editor that doesn't have the OpenOS libraries. Which leads me on to my next point: cross-compatibility. MineOS isn't cross-compatible with OpenOS's libraries, which I really need unless you make a command line, low memory usage, version of your MineOS to run on extremely low-end machines. Even then, I would have to port all of my existing programs on to your OS.

I create a lot of programs for computers around my MC world to manage redstone things in a neat manner. Installing MineOS on every one of those computers isn't an option. Would be really cool if you could make an OpenOS emulator of sorts just to create programs for OpenOS.

https://github.com/gamax92/OCEmu

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7 hours ago, Kodos said:

I believe I've seen this before, haven't done much looking into it but I'll check it out and see if it's what I'm looking for. Thanks.

Edit: yeah this isn't what I'm looking for, I was talking about an emulator built into MineOS to create programs for OpenOS using the Mine IDE editor

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On 1/27/2019 at 8:23 AM, 23Link89 said:

Really cool, though the only thing I would really use it for is the Mine IDE editor so I don't have to use an external editor that doesn't have the OpenOS libraries. Which leads me on to my next point: cross-compatibility. MineOS isn't cross-compatible with OpenOS's libraries, which I really need unless you make a command line, low memory usage, version of your MineOS to run on extremely low-end machines. Even then, I would have to port all of my existing programs on to your OS.

I create a lot of programs for computers around my MC world to manage redstone things in a neat manner. Installing MineOS on every one of those computers isn't an option. Would be really cool if you could make an OpenOS emulator of sorts just to create programs for OpenOS.

I fully back this I just updated mineOs and that has made my old induction matrix monitor program not run again course its made for openOS (originally CC) but now I will have to rewrite it base up (witch I can't be bothered to do) or downgrade to open os for this computer

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