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Den 10/3/2016 17:10, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
> Den 10/3/2016 14:29, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>> I tried Linux in 2010, with the peak of the Ubuntu distribution,
>> Karmic Koala. And soon compiled my own kernel for it. But little
>> recognition of my later low-jitter work it would seem. (That actually
>> removed all "disk read" stops, from high-performance demanding games
>> like Doom 3. Enabling a fluent 3x72 fps, since the engine does 3
>> passes pr. frame.)
>>
>> And later Microsoft took back its lead. A big corporation like
>> Microsoft could probably not be defeated. Unless ofcourse there was
>> some real issue, some obscurity, that was the blue elephant in the room.
>>
>> In Linux it is GNU. In Microsoft it is Gary Kildall.
>>
>> Many may not be aware, that Gary Kildall should actually have been
>> the Bill Gates of today. He actually wrote the first microcomputer
>> OS, CP/M (~Kernal/console) that Microsoft later infringed on, and
>> copied as MS-DOS.
>>
>> When I analyse this, it seems american nationalism is at work. Gary
>> Kildall had parents of Norwegian and Swedish heritage. Yet few here
>> in Norway even seems to be aware of the "real" Bill Gates. While many
>> know the enthusiast computing environment have had their brilliant
>> people.
>>
>> When it comes to the discussion of "Microsoft Business Practises",
>> one should definately read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Kildall
>>
>> That is what it really ultimately is about. MS-DOS later even
>> admitted to have "CP/M source" in the sourcetree.
>>
>> Like I had to leave GNU support due to its obscurity, I have to leave
>> "MS" support for the same.
>>
>> Things Have To Be Done Right, and if anyone could do that, maybe some
>> new OS have a chance :)
>>
>> My view of a "good OS", is a high-level low-jitter optimized
>> innerloop construct, based on possily just-in-time interpretated
>> language, making most of the OS language one, and usable by newbies
>> and advanced, that might make assembly aswell. Where often used
>> library macros could ultimately be made in H/W and accelerated.
>>
>> If you are a brilliant programmer indeed, in the US, salute the flag,
>> and be american supergun... :|
>>
>> Or.. make a music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odHUlDm6O-U
>>
>> Peaceful Saluations.
>>
> So to really say what I am thinking.. A Good OS Obeys Metaphysical Laws.
>
> Of Paradox Theos, or the culturally correct corresponding concept.
> (Probably not so much "god", but the original Gotan probably was
> that.) . .
>
> Peaceful Salutations.
>
I also wrote this:
https://medium.com/@Stage_Mind/the-metaphysical-realities-of-a-good-low-jitter-operating-system-93e7b248e458#.gitf5ib10


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