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Dawn operating system is a revolutionary technology, the first high-level operating system built for URISC computers (and can be easily implemented on FPGA-s).

 

 

Other operating systems are designed to run on extremely complex hardware environments, but Dawn operating system is designed for the SUBLEQ architecture, which have no traditional instruction set. This allows a Dawn compatible processor and computer to be designed from a millionth costs than a traditional CPU.

The goal of the Dawn operating system is to bring back the hardware and software development to the people. 
Currently, the market is dominated by x86/arm, where a CPU that is capable of blicking the cursor on the screen needs 20 billion usd investment to create, and 30 years of work by 30 corporations and 1 million developers worldwide.

Traditional IT corporations created a technologic singularity, which was not able to show up any innovation in the last 20 years.
We arrived to a point, where painting a colored texture on the screen requires 1600 line of initialization and weeks of debugging - and if you are not want to do that, you can only access child toys, design apps, half gbyte sized libraries, and they are still crashing at initialization in most cases. 
The internet, global forum of the free speech - actually controlled by the ISP-s and governments. A wifi device is driven by 5 million of source code lines, and nobody actually fully understants, how they work, a TCP stack is 500.000 lines of code. There are no experts at this area any more - even professionals are just typing random things in consoles to get it working if something is broken, hoping that it will randomly cure itself, becouse they cant debug 30 and 40 million code lines that is responsible for sending a bit on the cable.

Dawn operating system is different. Emulating the cpu itself is 6 source code line in C, understanding the hardware set is very simple. 
Dawn operating system itself does not supports any technology, that is enemy of the freedom, while it still offers a nice graphics user-friendly graphics interface with the most common elements.
It is easy to create hardware and software for Dawn - the hardware design is well documented, and simple. Dawn have a built-in C compiler that also offers connectivity to the Dawn platform to create textured sprites, texts, play music, get data from the joystics, from webcamera, or manage the files of the computer.

Dawn is a modern graphics operating system, it supports the folowing features:
- Big-endian 64-bit SUBLEQ CPU
- Mouse
- Keyboard
- Virtual keyboard
- Touchscreen
- Multitouch
- 64-bit sound input and output on 8 channels
- 4 force-feedback joysticks
- 16 RGB cameras
- up to 32-bit RGBA graphics output, transparent screens are also supported
- An own p2p wireless networking protocol based on geolocation and requiring no external network provider cormprations
- CPU hotplug
- Disk drive hotplug
- Up to 100 individual disk-drive
- Basic tools like document reader, paint, wave player, process explorer, etc
- Some simple games like chess, amoeba
- C/C99 compiler that is capable of compiling codes written for the C programming language
- SMP support, up to basically unlimited CPU cores
- Very simple IO system that will stay constant for all future versions
- Memory and disk size support up to 2^63 bytes
- Battery, and power-saving features
- UTF8, unicode, ASCII
- Fast boot and shutdown

 

download:

http://DawnOS.tk

Last Edited: Mon. Apr 3, 2017 - 10:59 AM
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April Fool!

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nop, its real

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jremington wrote:
April Fool!

My thought.

 

Geri__DawnOS wrote:

nop, its real

Really?  I looked at the page....Lots of nonsense about political turmoil in Hungary, Nothing in the community, noting in the gallery other than to tell all of us that if we are to send you prototypes we need so have them smuggled into your country, you offer downloads at 2 Bitcoins, yet you have NO PROOF that your OS works as there is nothing to show for your website.

 

Geri__DawnOS wrote:
This allows a Dawn compatible processor and computer to be designed from a millionth costs than a traditional CPU.

Name one Dawn compatible processor and/or one Dawn compatible computer.  Show either/both running your amazing new OS.

 

I am gonna give this thread a couple more posts otherwise its outta here.

 

JIm

If you want a career with a known path - become an undertaker. Dead people don't sue! - Kartman

Please Read: Code-of-Conduct

Atmel Studio6.2/AS7, DipTrace, Quartus, MPLAB user

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I was taken aback by the political diatribe. All this talk about 'Freedom' and it isn't even open source. Nevertheless, it did lead me to do some research on 'subleq'. I do wonder if the architecture is the best use of transistors.

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jgmdesign: yes it is. click on download menu to download a package with a bootable disk image and the emulator if you want to try it.

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Kartman: maybe there are more efficient URISC platforms can be imagined than SUBLEQ, but i decided to use SUBLEQ becouse it was the most close to the human thinking while still being simple enough

 
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Geri__DawnOS wrote:

jgmdesign: yes it is. click on download menu to download a package with a bootable disk image and the emulator if you want to try it.

Nope.  Thanks anyway.

 

JIm

If you want a career with a known path - become an undertaker. Dead people don't sue! - Kartman

Please Read: Code-of-Conduct

Atmel Studio6.2/AS7, DipTrace, Quartus, MPLAB user

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Looks like the anime OS to me.

Letting the smoke out since 1978

 

 

 

 

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Geri__DawnOS wrote:
a package with a bootable disk image
How exactly do I connect this "disk" to my 8bit AVR micro (the subject of this message board) ?

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jremington wrote:

April Fool!

I initially thought so too, but on closer inspection I think it is more an "All Year Round" joke :)

 

I don't think any successful OS gained popularity by spamming unrelated web forums!

Bob.

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Hi,

 

I frequent the osdev.org forums / wiki and this post has been duplicated hereL http://forum.osdev.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=31420. Summary - by page 2 of the topic everything gets very political!

 

Cheers,

Adam

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Time to box up the trolling.

 

Locked.

 

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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