Welcome to Phantom OS
It is a repository for Phantom OS userland code and cross-development tools. de-facto it contains kernel sources as well, though.
What Phantom OS is
- Phantom Architecture in English
- Short article in English - TheRegister
- Big article in Russian - Open Systems Magazine
Basically, most of code we (the original team) upload is very straighforward and, sometimes, dumb. That, to some extent, is on purpose. We want to have a working system first and polish it next. Besides, not all the concepts and design desicions are final, so it is of no use to finalize all the implementation desisions now as well.
Code is known to compile successfully with cygwin/linux gcc 4.3.4. Only ia32 target is most complete and stable, arm port is in active development but very instable, mips port is just started - compiles and can breath for a second :), amd64 port is incomplete and does not compile at all.
Set '''PHANTOM_HOME''' environment variable to the path to Phantom repository root directory, "make all" there.
In Windows you will need Cygwin to do that. http://www.cygwin.com Select, at least: gcc4, subversion, binutils, make, gdb (see etc/cygwin_get.cmd)
See also TOOLCHAIN
Run phantom.cmd/phantom.sh in trunk/run See doc/RUNNING for more details
Run QEMU (see above) and then - gdb in trunk/oldtree/kernel/phantom
Kernel console is logged to trunk/run/serial0.log
Kernel is able to send logging info to syslogd by UDP. Currently syslogd address is hardcoded in net_misc.c.
trunk/oldtree/kernel/phantom - kernel trunk/phantom - libs and unix userland (user/apps) trunk/plib/sys/src - native phantom userland code
trunk/run - QEMU run/test environment trunk/tools/plc - phantom language compiler / java bytecode translator
Ready to take part?
O, my. Badges!
Easiest way is to Write e-mail to Dmitry Zavalishin
Just for reference there was Old Google forum
Best regards, Dmitry Zavalishin, Phantom project... how to say... inventor? :) firstname.lastname@example.org