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KBS is a high performance telnet/www bbs server. KBSLive is a livecd linux distribution, built on CentOS. Aim to providing the developers and system administrators an easy access to KBS and a quick way of installation.
Alternative Firmware for RTL8186 based devices
Admin, Backup, (Mirror) Cache, (re)Deploy, Embed (wizard), Migrate
L4TOS is a toy operating system built on top of the L4Ka::Pistachio microkernel.
Learn, Adapt, Store, Evolve, and Retrieve
Makerootfs makes it easy to build a root filesystem for embedded devices (e.g. ARM based) by automating the cross-compiling process through shell scripts, patches and default configs. Unlike buildroot which uses uClibc, makerootfs uses the full glibc.
MenuetOS is a fully 32 bit assembly written graphical operating system. Menuet supports 32 bit x86 assembly programming as a faster and smaller system footprint. Menuet has no unix roots and the basic system is meant to be a clean asm based structure.
MightyOS is a serious attempt at making a fast and lightweight Operating System written in C++.
Minimal cross compiling Linux distribution build system
A x86 hobbyist operating system written in C and assembly.
Nacha is a web-based linux distribution. It boot up a mini core and a web interface to enable later installation, software update, and web user interface. Best solution for enterprise or server linux installation.
Database Operating System, with implemented sql server inside the kernel. Read more on website.
OCTRA (One Console To Rule All) is an application/operating system distribution that would allow people to play games from many consoles on one machine through emulation. Existing emulators will be found and implemented, and new ones would be coded.
DaemonX want to be the first real OOS(Online Operating System).
This project creates a Linux distribution named Olive Linux. It is based on Linux From Scratch and aimed to be compatible with debian/ubuntu.
OpenBricks is an enterprise-grade embedded Linux framework that provides easy creation of custom distributions for industrial embedded devices. It features a complete embedded development kit for rapid deployment on x86, ARM, PPC and MIPS systems.
OpenLiber - content protection delivery system -
A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.
an OS that has a Feel like Microsoft Windows
PXA is Intel Personal Communication Architecture. PXA Linux is a collection of Linux kernel code, device driver, file system and cross compilers for PXA processors. We build the project to share our idea and work with the community.
Pebble is a 32-bit operating sytem for IA-32 systems. It can run MS-DOS and DPMI compatible applications and will provide advanced features such as multitasking and paging. It will be a good platform to run old MS-DOS and embedded programs.
It allows you to create invoices very simply in a php web site.
Porter is a system for creating, managing and distributing binary package focused versions of Gentoo with reliable update and rollback features for end user and developer. This allows stable binary distributions to be built and distributed with Gentoo.
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.
Radiant is a distribution based on Haiku (formely OpenBeOS) and a new package management system inspired on Debian's dpkg and Red Hat's rpm. Our main goal is to provide a good, and free(libre), BeOS distribution suitable for office, media and home use.