Makefiles are meant to be built under Linux. Use
make hdd.img to create hard disk image file.
make will build all needed binaries.
make install will install all needed files to hard disk image. Image file can then be run in a VM or dd'd to hard disk and booted on real PC.
Most of the project uses clang as its default compiler but should also compile just fine with GCC.
Most important changes in this version (0.4):
- 64 bit support (x86-64 and AMD64)
- usermode window manager
- a lot of UI improvements
- inter-process communication
- simple RPC mechanism
- unix-like pipes