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disks86 wrote:On that note with regards to it being 2010 and still in alpha the developers are doing a good job given the limited number of them and legal constraints because they are creating an operating system compatible with an existing one. You have to keep in mind other open source operating systems don't typically have to worry about clean room reverse engineering for compatibility and this team is smaller than some of the other projects out there. Making it work is one thing correctness and compatibility are another animal.
mitcoes wrote:Thanks, for the replys, abaut the students, I supose teachers know - It is a hard hipothesis - and only if yhe work WORKS would send it to the project.
There are many small adds that can be done this way as BTR FS support that would be secondary for the actual stage of the development, but would help to arrive faster to the goal.
I quit MS WOS (Microsoft Windows Operating System) and as wine do not support windows drivers and other programs as daemon tools for games, Having future React OS as game system is an interesting way for me and future "Open systems"gamers.
A future dual system installation, with some Linux/haiku/Hurd and a React OS for gaming can be a good choice for full gaming compatibility.
Thanls in advance for your work
You can mount the iso with "# mount -o loop "path to iso file" "path where you want to mount it"" and configure wine (you can do so with winecfg) to use as cdrom drive the same folder. It isn't hard to do.
However, every other things you said looks right to me (I may be wrong, too ).
Mna. wrote:Will ROS support now FFSDrv?
FFS File System Driver for Windows: enables to read BSD(FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD) FFS/UFS partitions on Windows 2000/XP/2003.
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