HUL OS has officially progressed to alpha with the release of the first WORKING build! It'll go on SourceForge as soon as I write the manual.
After 3 months of inactivity, HUL OS is back on track! I'm recoding the kernel as I type this, and hope to have a working version out soon, with some nice new features.
The kernel has been redesigned and the whole source code has been split into driver modules e.g. one for floppy disks, one for keyboard, one for HUL FS-1 etc. If you want to comment on this please feel free to do so.
I would like to include a library of FAT commands into the kernel, and I think the best way to do this would be to ask an expert on how the FAT12 file system works. Any help is greatly appreciated.
THe first file system for the kernel, which is designed for 1.44MB high-density 3.5" floppy disks, is proving very hard to write into the kernel, however I will have a complete release very soon.
With the SourceForge team now on our team, we can start actually writing this operating system properly. I want any ideas or suggests that anyone has, bear in mind that the OS is being written in Assembler to begin with, although this may change to C++ later on. For more information on HUL OS, goto http://hurstunlimited.myftp.org/projects/pub/hulos/