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About rick3333

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  1. Thanks for that. you have been a great help
  2. Thanks for the link TYKUHN2. Can you please send me the wrapper that you made it would be a great help thanks.
  3. hello Varscott11 I recommend you have a look at the default lua bios using "flash -r bios.lua" to dump the contents from an eeprom to a file. remember you only have 4KiB (4096 bytes) so it is not a lot of room for a program this is why the lua bios finds /init.lua on a hdd or floppy and loads the system from there. As for your questions: 1) folders on an eeprom is not possible but libraries are although are more a bit of a hack as you have to combine all the files and possibly rework the code a bit e.g. libA.functionA would need to be loaded before where is will be called. 2) yes but you have to find the gpu and monitor first and you don't have access to any OpenOS libraries. 3) no you don't it runs the code like a lua file. Hope this helps you and good luck.
  4. Description: I am wanting to use unmanaged drives more but need a file system like driver for it and a bios for an eeprom that is not based on OpenOS Devfs Function: I would like basic file management e.g. read, write, move and delete files (directories are optional) as well as an loader program that loads a file from OpenOS to the drive (this is optional) and a small bios for an eeprom to load a file like the default lua bios where it loads init.lua or autorun.lua ( again optional) Deadline: I'm not too fussed, I would appreciate it as soon as possible but I am aware this is might be on the large side for a request. Additional Information: Simply ask me if you have other questions. Thanks in advance!
  5. this is a light and easily expandable scripting option for openOS based on existing command line scripting like dos and linux usage is simple in openOS shell shell -c echo|"hello world" this will print 'hello world' to the console or shell -f [file name] this will run the file with the .sh extension or in a file echo|hello world this will print 'hello world' to the console source can be found on my github Edit: this project is dead as I do not have the time to work on it feel free to clone the GitHub repo and make your own changed and modifications.
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