DownloadsIn the images below you'll find a functional kernel that allows the interaction with some basic tools. Due to lack of space in the floppy disk (1.44MB) I use the BusyBox utility. This little program comes with only one binary which have a lot of basic UNIX/Linux commands.
Another way to test this kernel is by burning the live CDROM image you can download from here.
|0.9.1||10-Dec-2017||1.44MB Live Floppy Image||fiwix-0.9.1.img||1440KiB|
|0.9.1||10-Dec-2017||1GB Hard Disk Image||fiwix-0.9.1-hd.img||1GiB|
|0.9.1||10-Dec-2017||ISO9660 Live CDROM||fiwix-0.9.1-LiveCD.iso||288MiB|
|10-Dec-2017||README text file||README||1.7KiB|
# dd if=fiwix-0.9.1.img of=/dev/fd0 bs=1k count=1440
# qemu -fda fiwix-0.9.1.img -boot a
# qemu -hda fiwix-0.9.1-hd.img -boot c
NOTE: Login as user root and password root.
WARNING: part of the software used in the live filesystem and in the bootable floppy disk belongs to a Linux distribution that was released in the 90s and its support was stopped long time ago.
WARNING: the kernel and the software included contains many (un)known bugs and vulnerabilities - use at your own risk!