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EVIRUX
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REACTOS PSP

Post by EVIRUX »

HELLO Im new here but i like very very very you project REACTOS ind i have a question or opinion, please you think in transport or make reactos for psp please dont forget it

think it there are some people interesting in this project for psp

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Post by jason.b.c »

well , a question...

EXACTLY How much money do you have that you can screw up a perfectly good playstation portable by trying to install some alpha stage operating system on it...?

How big are your paycheques..? Must be nice.... :evil:

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Post by frik85 »

Someone got Win95 running on PSP. The problem is the firmware of the PSP, only the very first revision (afaik) has allowed to do such things.
Similar problems had arised with PS3 and XB360 (although technically different).

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Post by Anders »

Someone ported Bochs to the PSP. If you can run homebrew (not sure if the Bochs port was released or not), you should be able to run ReactOS on the PSP. It will be _incredibly_ slow though.

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Post by forart »

frik85 wrote:Someone got Win95 running on PSP.
Yes, here's the original article about the Bochs port.

Even if i don't know how mutch can be useful (PSP relativetly poor specs machine), it would be interesting if someone (maybe Matan Gillon, the article's author ?) port ROS to the PSP.

BTW, for such kind of machines QNX or Haiku would be mutch better, in my opinion.
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Post by frik85 »

forart wrote:BTW, for such kind of machines QNX or Haiku would be mutch better, in my opinion.
Not really, currently NetBSD and WinCE have ports for almost every platform; Linux has some too.
ReactOS has currently one port, PowerPC, which is actively maintained, and 2-3 other ones, currently on hold.

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Post by mf »

It compiles, let's ship it!

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Post by betaluva »

is that real or a photoshop job? if its real then which build of ROS is it ?

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Post by jason.b.c »

my vote - photoshop job...

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Post by mf »

lol @ "my vote" -- since when can authenticity be measured democratically?

It's real. ReactOS 2.x running inside Bochs on a GP2X.
It compiles, let's ship it!

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Post by dreams »

Did you manage to get it into GUI?

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EVIRUX wrote:HELLO Im new here but i like very very very you project REACTOS ind i have a question or opinion, please you think in transport or make reactos for psp please dont forget it

think it there are some people interesting in this project for psp
I have a strange feeling EVIRUX is some 9-year-old with a PSP, please don't be offended if I've judged wrong!

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Andrew, will you stop bumping threads that were last posted to years ago!?

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Re: REACTOS PSP

Post by reub2000 »

I really have to ask: Why?

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Re: REACTOS PSP

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Because thread necromancy is a gross thing, against nettiquette.

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