Rick hohensee 2012-03-31 00:32:50
I have a working demo of 386 Forreal Mode (32-bit “unprotected”) up on the
net along with the Ha3sm osimplay devel environment that spawned it. It’s
which is the directory that’s supposed to be resistant to the Slashdot
Effect. You may have to move fast though. I’m working on trying to get the
Transmicrosofties in linux-kernel to try to get me driven from the net
Below is a synopsis of what’s in the tarball. There are several items that
reflect a lot of work.
Precision Mojo Engineer
This is the juicier parts of my /Ha3sm directory here at cLIeNUX0 bundled
up for distribution. Here’s an underview…
code/~listing post-assembly listing of the last run of osimplay
code/ABOUT most directories have an ABOUT file. This one
talks a lot about branching the source tree on
16/32 and then by PE1/PE0.
code/clip Linux util to clip osimplay binaries for
code/jig/ testing code and so on, mostly VGA burblers
code/16/ use16 code
code/32/ use32 code
code/top the top sourcefile of the pre-Ha3sm under
This particular top demos Forreal Mode. ~clipped is
a live Forreal Mode bootable. cp to /dev/fd0,
reboot, be the first on your block to use the
386 mode INTeL missed.
code/~clipped a bootable binary of what top assembled to
code/c a cut/paste convenience script
code/global/ source stuff neither use16 or use32, or both
tool/clip.osimplay Linux-version osimplay source for clip
tool/osimplay the current osimplay/shasm, no Linux goodies
tool/Linux osimplay with ELF and syscalls, “print” and so on
tool/outline a script that makes outlines from file trees
tool/labels a script to grep for osimplay labels
tool/trygas script for running Gas verbosely interactively
e.g. ../tool/trygas “movl %eax,[%edx]” and the
as -a listing is returned to the terminal.
doc/386part1 my conversion of 386INTEL.TXT to 7-bit ASCII,
doc/386part2 80-or-less columns, and osimplay-like
doc/386part3 register names. Still INTeL
doc/actualmodes Essay on the four actual basic modes of the 386
doc/coding_style why osimplay has “=” and “loadmachinestatusdual”
doc/shasm.1.html shasm cLIeNUX seedoc, html with a man-ly flavour
doc/shasm.3.html shasm implementation doc
doc/shasmx86.1.html x86 specifics of shasm
doc/why? No shasm is not a joke. Yes C sucks. Really.
doc/osimplay.1.html meta-assembler doc
design Ha3sm design rants
design/IVs.html This stuff is JUST starting to flavor what I’m
design/vihZ at the 1200-byte bootable level
design/acronyring.html LAAETTR, IWTBTW, BTTYRT, IOW
design/pikeC_ the current acting Pope of C on style
That’s only 2 levels deep. There’s a lot more code files, but most is
untested. What’s missing for a complete PC OS devel environment is Ralf
Brown’s, a unix shell prompt, and a pizza delivery phone number. And much
of Ralf is peppered about the sources.
This stuff works on Linux, uh,
Linux cLIeNUX 2.4.0-test10 #10 Thu Nov 9 03:11:45 2000 i586 unknown
GNU bash, version 2.02.0(1)-release (i486-pc-linux-gnulibc1)
Copyright 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
:; cLIeNUX /dev/tty4 08:22:39 /Ha3sm/Forreal
doesn’t use anything but Bash, but I also
use Lynx, Pico, ed, cat, grep, and a few others. Not much though. I only
trygas when I think I’ve got a bug in osimplay itself, which is getting
less frequent. A hex editor is handy. I use cLIeNUX binedit, which is a
tweak of bpe, but bpe needed the tweak badly.