MOSA project also has a builder tool create disk images, fat partitions and copies files into it, including syslinux or grub, and builds an IMG file, then converts it into a vmdk, if desired. The code is BSD.
Hi all (again)
after so much absence
I'm back and maybe will try to write some more COSMOS related code
I wonder ... what's new? I checked the commits but... did you add double buffering?
Nicola Leone Ciardi
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Lots of ways. Linux has standard tools to do this as you can treat a file as a disk.
I may as well implement that feature into one of the operatings systems I am creating through Lua
It will take time though
Mohammed Zahid Wadiwale
hi I am facing issues with drawing an image on canvas, its very slow and some times even mixes two different images. I am new to cosmos so don't know much. I am using an image of 32 bit with 300dpi and 996mb. I don't know if certain types of images load faster on Cosmos OS. Is there any standards for drawing image on canvas in Cosmos OS or is it due to my VMware? Edit: I am using User Kit 20190628