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6 Mar 2008
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Microsoft Releases Singularity OS and Source Code!
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Singularity is a research project focused on the construction of dependable systems through innovation in the areas of systems, languages, and tools. We are building a research operating system prototype (called Singularity), extending programming languages, and developing new techniques and tools for specifying and verifying program behavior.

Advances in languages, compilers, and tools open the possibility of significantly improving software. For example, Singularity uses type-safe languages and an abstract instruction set to enable what we call Software Isolated Processes (SIPs). SIPs provide the strong isolation guarantees of OS processes (isolated object space, separate GCs, separate runtimes) without the overhead of hardware-enforced protection domains. In the current Singularity prototype SIPs are extremely cheap; they run in ring 0 in the kernel's address space.

Singularity uses these advances to build more reliable systems and applications. For example, because SIPs are so cheap to create and enforce, Singularity runs each program, device driver, or system extension in its own SIP. SIPs are not allowed to share memory or modify their own code. As a result, we can make strong reliability guarantees about the code running in a SIP. We can verify much broader properties about a SIP at compile or install time than can be done for code running in traditional OS processes. Broader application of static verification is critical to predicting system behavior and providing users with strong guarantees about reliability.



Links:

http://research.microsoft.com/os/singularity/ - Singularity Website
http://www.codeplex.com/singularity - Singularity OS Source + RDK

It's open source (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
11 Feb 2008
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MinLogon.EXE Stop: c000021a
I always to get this error when I inject minlogon into WinPE. Is there any way to resolve it?
20 Jan 2008
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[How To] Create a bootable and generic XP Embedded Image.
1. Download the XP Embedded trial. (You don't have to register)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=en

2. Install these tools in the following order.

Tools Setup
Database Engine Setup
Database Setup
Remote Boot Setup

The product key is in %ProgramFiles%\Windows Embedded\Installer\DISK1\productkey.txt

3. Install XPe SP2 (OPTIONAL)

4. Run Target Designer.

5. Create a new platform by using the file menu or toolbar.

6. In the component database window, drag and drop a base macro.

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Software
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     Winlogon Sample Macro
     Minlogon Sample Macro
     MinKernel Sample Macro

7. Check your dependencies.

8. Go to the Base Component Settings

9. Enter your ARC path, disk size and cluster size values.

10. Add the Plug and Play BIOS Component and the Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator

11. If you are using the Winlogon sample macro, goto the User Interface Core component's settings and select the settings that are appropriate for your configuration.

12. Check dependencies

13. Build Image.

14. Transfer Image to target device.

15. If it bluescreens you have done something wrong. (Please send the configuration to me. slx file)

16. Let FBA run.
9 Dec 2007
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SetupLDR and DOS
Since setupldr.bin is a 16-bit executable that launches 32-bit code, could it be executed in DOS? If so, the Winroot project might soon fit on a 1.44m floppy disk.
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Great work with the Windows NCLI! It's great to see such potential to build really smaller XP builds. :)
8 Dec 2007 - 20:56

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