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TacOS is an experimental operating system written for the x86 for the purpose of teaching myself about CS theory and application. My intention is to create a completely self contained OS with a compliler, shell, GUI, sound, network, etc. Eventually, I want to be able to play music and use the Internet with it. I'm not interested in compatibility with Unix or Windows or any established standards (except TCP/IP or mp3). Maybe eventually I'll port the Java RTE. Maybe. It's not really meant for public use, but in case someone is interested in taking a look, here it is. Written by Anton Josef Hofstetter.

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