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Environment: Windows machine + VMWare Workstation -> Ubuntu  
 
Environment: Windows machine + VMWare Workstation -> Ubuntu  
  
Following this guidlines: [[[[http://wiki.kolibrios.org/wiki/Compiling_application_in_Linux]]]]
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Following this guidlines: http://wiki.kolibrios.org/wiki/Compiling_application_in_Linux
  
 
1) '''Create CPUID application'''
 
1) '''Create CPUID application'''
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3) '''Running a program in VirtualBox'''
 
3) '''Running a program in VirtualBox'''
  
Installing Oracle VM VirtualBox:
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''Installing Oracle VM VirtualBox:''
sudo apt-get install virtualbox
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  sudo apt-get install virtualbox
  
Creating virtual machine:
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''Creating virtual machine:''
vboxmanage createvm --name "kolibrios" --register
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  vboxmanage createvm --name "kolibrios" --register
vboxmanage storagectl "kolibrios" --name "Floppy" --add floppy
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  vboxmanage storagectl "kolibrios" --name "Floppy" --add floppy
vboxmanage storageattach "kolibrios" --storagectl "Floppy" --port 0 --device 0 --type fdd --medium ~/kolibrios/kolibri.img
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  vboxmanage storageattach "kolibrios" --storagectl "Floppy" --port 0 --device 0 --type fdd --medium ~/kolibrios/kolibri.img
  
Running KolibriOS:
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''Running KolibriOS:''
vboxmanage startvm "kolibrios" &
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  vboxmanage startvm "kolibrios" &
  
 
4) '''Open your modified CPUID application in KolibriOS
 
4) '''Open your modified CPUID application in KolibriOS

Revision as of 13:44, 30 June 2016

Environment: Windows machine + VMWare Workstation -> Ubuntu

Following this guidlines: http://wiki.kolibrios.org/wiki/Compiling_application_in_Linux

1) Create CPUID application

CD to KolibriOS/Program/System/CPUID/trunk/

Run this command:

fasm CPUID.ASM CPUID

‘ls’ to check CPUID is created. Now we need to copy this to the disc.

2) Copy CPUID to disk, follow this steps:

sudo mkdir /media/floppy1/
sudo mount -o loop ~/kolibrios/kolibri.img /media/floppy1/
sudo mkdir /media/floppy1/my
sudo cp ~/kolibrios/programs/system/CPUID/trunk/CPUID /media/floppy1/my 
sudo umount /media/floppy1/

This should copy the CPUID to disk, to check you can check ‘my’ folder before unmounting the disk.

3) Running a program in VirtualBox

Installing Oracle VM VirtualBox:

 sudo apt-get install virtualbox

Creating virtual machine:

 vboxmanage createvm --name "kolibrios" --register
 vboxmanage storagectl "kolibrios" --name "Floppy" --add floppy
 vboxmanage storageattach "kolibrios" --storagectl "Floppy" --port 0 --device 0 --type fdd --medium ~/kolibrios/kolibri.img

Running KolibriOS:

 vboxmanage startvm "kolibrios" &

4) Open your modified CPUID application in KolibriOS Once inside kolibri, open KFAR.

In the right hand side, open up your disc image. Should look like this. Example.png

Run CPUID application. (Just double click this ). Should see your updated CPUID application.