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Aurora OS is an operating system designed in a microkernel format for all users. The object is to develop a modular, mulitplatform, multitasking Operating System that is simple, effective, and powerful.
POSIX compatible microkernel
It moves by itself inside networks like virus infection & plagues, it is being written to solve computer virus problem drastically and responsibly. It is legal, free and open for public domain to improve W3 ICT Security.
Code-Labs Project is about sharing my algorithm and code on software development. They are mainly based on Assembly, C, C++, and Python. I opened it freely to all of you. It's an open project.
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
A 448-bit Edwards curve
the goal of this project is to build a stack for Lonworks Protocol and device working on this protocol
Golf LLE is a remake of the classic 1992 DOS Golf Game Links(TM) 386 written by Access Software. The game will eventually feature full loading of Links 386 courses and provide a similar gameplay to that of the original game.
Graph3 integrates with the TI-83+ OS to add new dimensions to the calculator's graphing abilities. Graph 3D functions, including rotation and hidden surface plots; or graph differential equations, complete with Runge-Kutta method, slope fields, and more.
Source code development for VM/370 Release 6
This is a project with hardware and software. It will show u an Intelligent Car based on PIC
A little microkernel for use in a x86-64 architecture operating system.
Liblfds is a library of lock-free data structures with implementations provided for a number of system architectures. Liblf is intended to support the development of efficient cross-platform concurrent and real-time systems.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
LuxAsm is an integrated x86 assembly language development environment for Linux and XFree86.
The MSXDK contains a set of reusable modules implementing much of the functionality needed by many MSX applications. The cross-developing of MSX software on a PC should further ease and speed up the development process.
NATIVE is a project aimed at producing a version of the C# language compiler which omits native-code for various OS platforms. NATIVE does not target the CLI or use the CLR.
A Linux Based Opperating System
It can help you typing less code to build a PIC program.
Simple OS written in Asm(x86[-64]) / C.
Planet Defense is based on the arcade classic 'Defender'. It will feature a 3rd person perspective behind the spacecraft and allow you to defend your people from aliens on a fully 3D terrain-based planet.
Kudu is a free, open source operating system. It is being written in ASM/C++, using NASM and g++ as compilers. We should have v0.1 out by the end of January 2008. 0.1 will have a working kernel and several working shell commands, including a timer.
Reenix is a combination of the best of both worlds: DOS and *x. Based on the GNU toolkit and FreeDOS, Reenix is a stepping-stone between the two OSes and a subset of *x which will run on an 8088.
A small multitasking OS to run on 65C816 based systems. Features to include a GUI support for as much HW for the supported systems as possible and a system of system extensions for easy expandability of the OS. The initial Development is being done on the Apple IIgs, with plans to port to the Commodore 64 with a SuperCPU. Eventually there will be ports to other 8 and 16-bit CPUs beginning with the 6502, followed by the z80, 6800, 6809, 8086, PDP-11, and then the TMS9900. Once these are complete there will be 32-bit ports to the 680x0, ARM, MIPS, etc.