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#195756 Levi's OSBoot

Posted by BabyCodder on 10 October 2014 - 06:34 PM in Programs

View Postwieselkatze, on 10 October 2014 - 03:57 PM, said:

View PostBabyCodder, on 10 October 2014 - 03:11 PM, said:

4. You have not installed Levi's OSBoot.

Oh, that was unexpected...

Also I wouldn't 'overwrite' the List and Delete program - to remove your program I had to either go into the lua console and use fs.delete() or the raw file path with 'rom/programs/delete xy'.

As an improvement you could implement an automatic detection of all the OSes installed and list them to the user, so that there is no potential of writing the name the wrong way

List added, I've updated the pastebin code if you want to try it.



#195752 Levi's OSBoot

Posted by BabyCodder on 10 October 2014 - 05:40 PM in Programs

View Postwieselkatze, on 10 October 2014 - 03:57 PM, said:

View PostBabyCodder, on 10 October 2014 - 03:11 PM, said:

4. You have not installed Levi's OSBoot.

Oh, that was unexpected...

Also I wouldn't 'overwrite' the List and Delete program - to remove your program I had to either go into the lua console and use fs.delete() or the raw file path with 'rom/programs/delete xy'.

As an improvement you could implement an automatic detection of all the OSes installed and list them to the user, so that there is no potential of writing the name the wrong way

I'll try to make a list right away.



#195742 Levi's OSBoot

Posted by BabyCodder on 10 October 2014 - 03:11 PM in Programs

Levi's OSBoot


Levi's OSBoot is the program I created that allows the owner of the computer to have multiple operating systems on the same computer.

How to install
To install follow the following instructions:
  • Make sure your http setting in the config file is set to true.
  • Type the following command into the terminal - "pastebin get 5CctVj34 startup"
  • Type the following command into the terminal - "reboot"
  • You have installed Levi's OSBoot.
How to create an OS for Levi's OSBoot
  • When creating the installer make sure that it installs it to the directory "OperatingSystems/os_name", obviously replacing os_name with your operating system's name.
  • Make sure that the file you want launched is placed inside your folder ("OperatingSystems/os_name") and that it is named the same name as your folder.
  • To make the experience more user friendly I suggest that you place all other files regarding the operating system into your dedicated folder.
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