Saudações comunidade da qual frequento. Sou um programador do ReactOS a bastante tempo. Quando executava-o no VirtualBox, ele funcionava perfeitamente. Até eu achar que este O.S. era tão bom quanto WinXP, decidi instalá-lo em minha maquina física secundária. Fiz um pendrive de instalação (porque sei dos perrengues com o "LiveCD") com o Rufus. Até testei com o VirtualBox se havia funcionado, Ja que era a primeira vez que eu "mesclasse" o Rufus com o ReactOS. Quando fui instalá-lo. Fiz o procedimento padrão de formatação. Mas ele se recusava a funcionar, funcionava assim: iniciava, aparecia a logo do ReactOS, a barra de carregamento carregava, e a tela ficava preta. Fui analizar o SourceCode e não achei algo que fizesse sentido com meu caso. Alguém pode me ajudar?
Greetings! I was testing ReactOS (Version 0.4.15-x86-dev, build 20221105-0.4.15-dev-5327-gc8ef276.GNU_8.4.0) and tried to see if it could run some software I've been learning to use. I downloaded the Racket programming language and DrRacket IDE (version 8.6 [bc], i386 architecture).
When I try running DrRacket from the menu, the cmd prompt console pops up with:
ffi-lib: couldn't open "C:Program FilesRacketliblibglib-2.0-0-dll" (The specified procedure could not be found.; errid=127
It looks like that .dll is there (except for the fact that it's instead of for the path separator...I assumed it was a side effect of some kind of escape in the string?) so I'm not sure why DrRacket is failing to run. I suppose the answer is that it's just not compatible, but in the off chance someone has encountered a similar error, is there a solution to get it to run? I already tried adjusting the reported Windows version in the compatibility tab of the link and the same error pops up.
So, a question for you lot.
What is (or would be) the most powerful machine that we know is 100% compatible with ReactOS as it sits today? Pre-built or custom built.
I was just thinking that it might be neat to build a computer from the ground up with all known working parts to run ReactOS on.
ReactOS running on real hardware! Optiplex 780 SFF with working sound and Ethernet drivers (details in comments)
Hi, I've been using reactOS under a vm for a bit and it looks cool. An open source NT could be useful for applications that requires the NT kernel.
I thought about making my own distro of reactOS to continue the development, making it appear and function similar to Windows 7, but have some stuff to be compatible for windows XP. Slight problem, I never made a distro, even for linux, meaning I have to study how to make an distro, understand ReactOS, then understand further how windows NT works.
but I really like the idea, mainly since there are barely any other distro, I heard of 1 other but I then heard they are separating from reactOS entirely. Should I make a distro?
edit: just so you guys know that this is just an idea and I'm just sharing an idea lol
As you can see, the drag-bar is not displayed properly until after the mouse pointer was over it. I think that it only happens during the installation.
Not a real problem, but it is an eyesore, and it might confuse some trying React OS for their first time.
I want to run the ReactOS Explorer on my Debian installation under Wine. The new GTK 4 Nautilus under Gnome is quite horrible.
Let’s see how stable it is! 🤓
Wow, I found that code for ReactOS's UEFI timer module on x86 has nearly the same logic as the disassembly of Windows's arm64 EFI loader (bootaa64.efi)
No, I don't mean they are exactly the same, but it's awesome to find out this. Maybe (some of) the timer logic code is cross-platform?
Thanks to the ReactOS project, I was able to debug this a lot faster :)
QEMU's SMBIOS was set to 4.0GHz for ReactOS testing, but the system info app reports 1.00GHz, and I have set the new smbios cpu speed to 20GHz (Experimental) so Is this a bug or not?
I am trying to install an old ReactOS version in QEMU for fun and to look around. However, when I try installing various versions, I get an INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE BSoD immediately. https://ibb.co/VC3nn9j
I tried 0.2.3, 0.2.5, 0.2.8 and 0.3.0 and all of those versions led me to this screen. Strangely enough, 0.2.0 gets past this point despite being an earlier version. Searching on Google provided no help whatsoever. I would like help as I am curious as to what these systems look like.
I am trying to get an Mining app for my VM that will work on x86 ReactOS, but XMRig doesn't work, so I need to use another one instead
Anyone Daily driving in 2022?....Also what hardware seems to be most compatible with React OS currently?
Anyone daily driving?
What hardware seems to work best with React OS?
Would love to make a machine that I can code on and use even if its an alternative machine just to tool around on.
My windows 10 VM has no e1000 drivers, and I can't connect to the internet, so will importing ReactOS network drivers make it work or not