Since I have a PC capable of running
V2_OS, and it has
a harddrive that I don't care if it gets trashed, I decided to give it a
It does load fairly quickly. And it does appear to be quite slick. And I
do like the different screens you can flip through:
- Terminal screen, which gives you a simple monitor.
- Module screen, which would (if there were any) list
all the modules loaded into the system.
- Bootup screen, which shows you the boot messages.
- Debug screen, which modules or programs can use to dump
diagnostic messages to.
- Crash screen, which gives a register dump in case of
a fatal error.
Nothing that any other operating system can't do, but it is nice to see
stuff like that.
But for all that, it's still pretty much a rather poor 32-bit clone of
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