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Windows NT 4.0 api wrapper


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5 minutes ago, piotrhn said:

ntoskrnl from nt5  alpha/beta ins compatible ;/ missing API's

Yes, I notied that ahah... I will keep using the nt4's one. It will take more time tough.

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missing API: build:1515

ExAllocatePoolWithTagPriority
KeBoostCurrentThread
MmMapLockedPagesSpecifyCache
NtQueryOleDirectoryFile
PoQueryPowerSequence
PoRequestPowerChange
PoSetDeviceIdleDetection
RtlFindFirstRunSet
RtlFindLongestRunSet

 

You can drop these API's to NT5:D

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4 minutes ago, piotrhn said:

missing API:

ExAllocatePoolWithTagPriority
KeBoostCurrentThread
MmMapLockedPagesSpecifyCache
NtQueryOleDirectoryFile
PoQueryPowerSequence
PoRequestPowerChange
PoSetDeviceIdleDetection
RtlFindFirstRunSet
RtlFindLongestRunSet

 

You can drop these API's to NT5:D

Yes, I can add them to the new ntoskrnl, but before to start it, I need to hear your user's opinions, because there are users who want to keep the original nt4's ntoskrnl (and it is right,ahah), so I wait to see more comments on what do and then I will decide. :)

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Any news about this project? I have just found it and it seems really exciting!

Especially the fact that you're even considering making an api wrapper for NT 3.51. An Windows version looking like 3.11 but actually running newer software.. That's amazing! I can't wait for some news and updates.

Any success with getting Chrome to work on NT 4.0?

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On 4/22/2019 at 1:59 AM, junior600 said:

who want to keep the original nt4's ntoskrnl

kernel in Far-east editions (CJK) are different from US version (for handling font-linking, etc.), and there is no build 1515 of far-east editions. so keeping stock NT4 kernel will be better for them.

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3 hours ago, burd said:

i dont think he has the drive to get this project to its end and afterall it does take too much time which he does not possess unfortunately.

If that is the case perhaps open source it? I absolutely wouldn't mind contributing to this project! I don't know too much about reverse engineering although I know C. I'm always willing to learn new stuff too.

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12 hours ago, RikkaNoodles said:

If that is the case perhaps open source it? I absolutely wouldn't mind contributing to this project! I don't know too much about reverse engineering although I know C. I'm always willing to learn new stuff too.

hmm , yes i agree with you , he should open source , should it be the case of the reason stated above

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3 hours ago, burd said:

hmm , yes i agree with you , he should open source , should it be the case of the reason stated above

I hope it does! NT4 doesn't get as much love as 2000 or 98 so it'll nice to have something like Kernelex for it ^^

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