Release Notes: Fixes were made to the file system and caching/buffering system. The disk cache now detects errors within itself, the kernel memory allocation system is now more reliable, and the read cache was disabled for all removable floppy disk drivers, fixing some problems. A "copyall" program was added, which is useful when operating system commands are missing and files have to be transfered between drives. A serial mouse driver was added, and fixes were made to the serial port driver, SLIP and TCP/IP, and OravaHTTPD. A VGA plasma effect and the GRAOS GUI were added.
Release Notes: In this version, multitasking-related problems were fixed. Most fixes were made in the various file system handling routines. Some problems still remain in the file system, but formatting an IDE HD drive, copying system utilities on it, and launching programs from it is currently possible. IDE HDs are now being properly autodetected and configured. When rebooting JTMOS, it will now first flush the disk cache properly, so that no data loss will happen.
Release Notes: A TCP/IP stack (uIP) has been added. JTMOS now answers to ICMP pings. Major fixes were made in the SLIP driver. A working and usable WWW server was added and tested. A telnet server has been introduced. Many interrupt related problems have been fixed. A snake game called 'Greedy Snake' has been ported to JTMOS. Split partitioning support for the first floppy disk drive was added, which allows a file system to be placed on the same disk as the system loader and system image.
Release Notes: Major bugs in the file system, FAT, serial port driver, floppy disk driver, and argc/argv were fixed. The serial device driver now emphasizes CPU performance. Added a device driver for Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) based on the SLIP RFC, support for remote access via COM1 using a VT100 terminal, and other serial port related debugging features.
Release Notes: In this release, FAT has been upgraded from 16-bit to the 32-bit allocation system. Fixes have been made to LIBC file handling and the file system. Self-extracting archive creation is now possible (for Linux & JTMOS), 8-bit Sound Blaster is supported, and arguments now work for LIBC applications.