An operating system concept, very much in progress.
Official Site: http://hikar.io
TL;DR: I had the idea that it would be nifty if my smartphone could dock into something on my desk and the OS within the phone would become a full-fledged desktop. Long version, read it!
Installation and running hikari
- Make sure you have node installed!
- Open oauth.copy.js and follow the instructions inside.
CD into hikari directory and type these in:
Take a look at localhost:1343!
You can find the licenses for this and other included software in the
credits folder. If it wasn't for open-source, hikari wouldn't exist. Thank you, Internet!
= The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright © 2014—2015 Ideas Never Cease × Paul Anthony Webb
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