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CyanogenMod for Galaxy Ace
Bootster is a graphical boot system for Linux. We aim to provide information about other OSs too.
Cloudium OS is being written in pure ASM. It's a Cloud-based operating system and designed for simplicity and ease.
Makes it easier to build a Linux system where the whole hard drive is encrypted (except for the MBR), and where the system must be booted from a USB memory stick which holds slightly customized boot code and the passphrase-protected keys.
A fork of the QEMU emulation system to allow all people to run multiple OS systems from a main system drive or partition such that they can provide their OS machines with whatever degree of direct hardware access or emulated hardware access needed.
NT/2K/XP native command shell for emergency rescue purposes to be used for rescue CDs as well as an replacement for the Recovery Console.First use on a BootCD (has to be created by the user, since we cannot provide Windows files for download).
Etherwire is a layer 2 (Ethernet) protocol designed to replace the need for serial I/O to communicate with embedded bootstrap and factory configuration systems.
Exteb provides a framework for bootloaders also including tools for developing and managing bootloaders.
Fury is an aggressive/parallel startaup/bootup system, replacement for sysv/bsd init, written in C++. Has scheduler for maximal burning of the hardware capabilities, also includes C++ toolkit/template library fro rewriting startup scripts in C++ easily.
Linux based networked rescue system, providing remote administration via Internet LAN access. Booted via single 1.44MB Floppy, PXE-Netboot, CD-ROM or USB-Stick.
My Stick to help.
A Revolutionary Operating system to be, Created by youth for The Mases. This project is now dead, due to a name change.
The Isis OS Project Is a Controlled Project to Develop An Advanced Modern Operating System!
Javelin to integrate the various online operating systems with a common backend (similar to multiple desktops in Linux) & seamlessly integrate the off & online, make the transition (booting > offline > online) invisible to the end user (Jav)a-(e)-(lin)ux
Secondary bootloader for LPC1226 and similar
LeanLoader is a modularized boot loader for tiny embedded systems including 8-Bit AVR or low end ARM7TDMI MCUs. Among others, it supports TFTP over Ethernet as well as XMODEM over RS232.
It is not your typical Linux Loader. It wont boot you out of Windows or Dos, just so you can log on to Linux. Instead it will read the Linux Images (VMLinuz, ZImage, BZImage, initrd, linuxsys,img etc...) and it will display your Linux box in a Virtual Win
This project aims to make GNU/Linux really usable in the LGPL SPARCv8 processor called LEON.
Development of a mainframe system
Minerva's primary goal is security. To allow all users to feel safe and secure but have the freedom to do what ever they want. We also want a fast easy way to bring every linux and windows o/s together.
A Protected mode microkernel for the x86 system. With features like memory management, multitasking and protection will be included in the kernel, the rest will be added as drivers/software.
Provide a network profile switcher for multi homed Red Hat Linux systems.
NewOS - Yet another operating system.
The OpenBIOS project provides you with most free and open source Open Firmware implementations available. Here you find several implementations of IEEE 1275-1994 (Referred to as Open Firmware) compliant firmware.
OpenBoot Manager, is aimed to be a highly customizable boot manager. The main focus is to create a great looking, easy to use, OS independent boot manager, with limitless potential.