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About RoboticCube

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  1. "instalation" apart from that, this looks cool!
  2. i know this meme is dead by now, but that's SUS I thought IC2 was Lightweight though? (and plus, with a modpack as big as that, i don't think the modpack can even run on my absolute potato computer anyway)
  3. Isn't the server IP only possible to be used when on your own computer or on LAN? we can't join you if your server doesn't have an actual domain.
  4. I'm not gonna join the server, but you're missing key details: the versions of the mods and the server IP
  5. I mean, the carpeted capacitor exists, not sure how useful it is though.
  6. Sangar's post was around 9 years ago. it has probably already been implemented.
  7. we already do... kinda. asie (the person who made the computronics mod) made a 8086 emulator for opencomputers. the emulator can run extremely old versions of windows (like windows 3.0) but really couldn't run anything newer because of opencomputers limitations (also the computronics mod's magic memory allows the computers to run with 64MB so that would help too)
  8. we are one step closer to running windows on opencomputers
  9. was gonna suggest ocelot too but i found your post
  10. granted, but you have to use them all.
  11. Can you provide some screenshots of LikeOS? (also the fact that the functions aren't loaded until they are needed might make the os slow)
  12. RoboticCube

    Ignore this

    because it's in the activity section, and i read everything.
  13. uhh no, operating systems don't count as a program as it is a environment for programs and a package of programs, not one itself
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