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Thu Jul 10 02:25:12 AEST 2003
>From: Kenneth Stailey <kstailey at yahoo.com>
>Sent: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 05:37:09 -0700 (PDT)
>To: Steve Nickolas <usagi.tsukino at pinku.zzn.com>
>Subject: Re: RE: [TUHS] v6on286
>The README says:
><< The kernel makes heavy use of the special 286 protected mode
>Try bochs set to be a 286.
I figure that a Celeron is a superset of the 386 - ergo, of the 286
also - so there shouldn't be a problem. Maybe I'll do that though,
it's safer in a sandbox.
>I am wondering if Cygwin could be used to build the code. I see that
>ancient C stuff like "=+" was eliminated already.
I think if you converted the ASM to some other format, you could use
Turbo C++ to build it, though...haven't tried that, I don't grok ASM.
>Plus check this site out:
LOL, I have 6 working C compilers on the Windows/DOS side of my box
already :) (Turbo C++ 1, Borland C++ 3, Watcom C 11, djgpp, MinGW32,
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