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    Flash Operating System

    Hi this section is going to be about a project I am working on, basically what it is going to allow you to do is dump your as2/as3 swf into memory and allow you to use your swf as the operating system of your hardware. Right now it is midway done, it is basically a gutted out linux operating system that only loads up the swf you feed it. So if you are interested in the project, what you can start doing while you wait is to work on your swf make some windows and stuff like that so your swf starts looking like an operating system you would want to be on. For example I know fruitbeard has made a very operating system like flash client at http://fruitbeard.net/

    the expected boot up time of the flash operating system is around 15-25 seconds I am trying to decrease it to a solid 10-15, and the expected file size of the kernel that loads your swf as the os so far is around 1.4gb but I would like to make it around 1.0 gb.

    Down below I will include different build versions when I am ready to release something
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    a* on an ic!

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    Is this suppose to be a way to bypass using the flash player?
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    no it is basically like booting up windows, except the os is your flash file, I am going to leave some hooks that your swf can communicate with so than in your flash if you make wifi bars, you can check what the signal is etc you know basic stuff that an os would need
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    right click is going to be mapped to some strange unused keyboard key glyph, so the right click is basically going to be heard from a key listener event in flash to bring up your custom right click menu
    a* on an ic!

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    Hi

    I am touched with the amount of kudos you give alloy, but please spend more time getting your own working. Walk before you run so to speak.
    In not so sure about mine being an operating system. It has window type things sure.

    As you like to let people know of my hobby site then it's only fair to let people take a peep at your in progression site. Maybe they can help.

    http://www.skyizo/#home

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