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KolibriOS version 
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After 12 hours of work, I ported ZSNES to KolibriOS. For now - version 1.20 (now with sound too).
KolibriOS is extremely tiny and fast OS, size of official distributive is <2MB. In fact, you can fit KolibriOS+ZSNES in 500kB. It isn't Linux or something *IX, KolibriOS is absolutely independent OS written in assemler.
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For trying out ZSNES:
1 ) Download official or testing KolibriOS (iso image for booting from CD or img image for booting with GRUB/memdisk/USB stick)
2 ) Burn ISO to CD, or install IMG to floppy/USB/GRUB (you can find instructions in official distributive)
3 ) Download ZSNES for KolibriOS
4 ) Unpack ZSNES to hard disk (FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, Linux ext2 and ext3 partitions supported) or burn to CD-disk
5 ) Copy few smc (or zipped smc) files in ZSNES folder too, because my stubs for glob and other libc functions aren't full-featured yet.
6 ) Boot KolibriOS, launch one of our file managers (their icons are on desktop: eolite - is Dolphin clone, kfm - Total commander clone, KFAR - FAR clone), find ZSNES folder and launch ZSNES.
7 ) Have fun
8 ) Write to me about bugs


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Tue Oct 11, 2011 10:54 pm
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I'm sure all 10 of the people who use that OS will be excited.


/troll


In all seriousness, good work.

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Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:56 am
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badinsults wrote:
I'm sure all 10 of the people who use that OS will be excited.

We have 300-500 downloads everyday :P
Thank you for reply. I'll update my port to 1.51 as soon as possible.
Can be ZSNES linked with MESA as GL?


Wed Oct 12, 2011 1:09 pm
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As long as you tell SDL to use mesa.

Pretty impressive, I guess.

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Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:02 pm
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Now with sound support. For links see 1st message.
Version 0.7.7.0 support SB16, ESS and AC'97 audio codec support for Intel, nForce, nForce2, nForce3, nForce4, SIS7012, FM801, VT8233, VT8233C, VT8235, VT8237, VT8237R, VT8237R Plus and EMU10K1X chipsets; also you can download HD Audio driver, but as for me it hangs :(
Lastest build support only AC'97s, other drivers are in development stage (because of new Linux-like mutex subsystem, ACPI and Plug&Play).


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