im glad i joined this forum. Just want to say hello
Hi everybody !
I'm planing to port JNode to the Raspberry Pi micro computer (www.raspberrypi.org), it's a credit card size board with an ARM based CPU (ARMv7), a GPU, a network, 2 USB, AV IO, GPIO...
I think that it's a good idea to make a JNode clone for this wonderfull platform.
so can anybody give me an in depth detail on how JNode OS works, specially the Assempbly section, that is aimed for Intel based CPUs, instead of ARM CPUs.
I have downloaded the src of jnode,but didn't find the PCB file.
Could anybody tell me where it is or show the PCB to me.
while building JNode CD-ROM image, the followig exception occuring, please tell me what do i have to do???????
[bootimage] Building for CPU: name:GenuineIntel family:0 model:0 step:0 features
:FPU,PSE raw:00000001 756E6547 6C65746E 49656E69 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000
[bootimage] Compiling using X86-Stub and X86-L1A compilers
[bootimage] Compile of gnu.java.lang.reflect.ClassSignatureParser failed
[bootimage] at org.jnode.build.AbstractBootImageBuilder.compileClasses(Abstr
[bootimage] at org.jnode.build.AbstractBootImageBuilder.emitObjects(Abstract
[bootimage] at org.jnode.build.AbstractBootImageBuilder.doExecute(AbstractBo
[bootimage] at org.jnode.build.AbstractBootImageBuilder.execute(AbstractBoot
[bootimage] at org.apache.tools.ant.UnknownElement.execute(UnknownElement.ja
[bootimage] at org.apache.tools.ant.Task.perform(Task.java:364)
[bootimage] at org.apache.tools.ant.Target.execute(Target.java:341)
The JNode team is glad to announce the release of JNode 0.2.8.
JNode is a free, open source Java technology based operating system implemented in the Java language with a very small assembler nano-kernel.
The main focus of this release is general stability improvements and bug fixes and also reflects the current status of several major features in active development such as: isolates, Bjorne shell and complete support for HFS+. Significant progress has been made with the integration of the remaining parts of OpenJDK and the JNode class library has been updated to OpenJDK6 b13. JNode now builds with both JDK 1.6 and OpenJDK6+IceadTea and by the means of Linux and KVM it's possible to set up a well performing and completely free open source development and test environment. Mauve based regression testing is being introduced and various test-suites consolidated into a distributed automatic regression testing infrastructure. As a result of these activities real world applications and frameworks like Jetty, Quercus, Groovy, JEdit and many others are getting usable under JNode.