Releasing MOROS 0.9.0
MOROS is a text-based hobby operating system targeting computers with a x86-64 architecture and a BIOS. It is inspired by Unix and ITS but is closer to a modern DOS at the moment in term of features.
What's new in MOROS 0.9.0?
- Added Conway's Game of Life
- Added cache to disk reads
- Improved HTTP server
- Improved shell redirections
- Improved Lisp interpreter with macros, TCO, Integer, Big Integer, and smaller language changes
Read the full list of changes on the CHANGELOG
How to run MOROS?
The binary can be booted from USB on a computer with a BIOS or from a virtual machine with Bochs, QEMU, or VirtualBox. Here's a quick way to do it with QEMU:
qemu-system-x86_64 -m 32 -cpu max -nic model=rtl8139 -soundhw pcspk -hda moros-v0.9.0.bin
Read more detailed instructions in the README