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Simple AVR OS2 weekly downloads
OpenMAC is a TinyOS-based implementation of IEEE 802.15.4 MAC layer, which lies at the core of MeshNetics ZigBee stack, and provides basic wireless networking (star,peer to peer) to WSN's. Available for low-power ZigBit modules and Atmel AVR Z-Link Kits1 weekly downloads
This is an Mini Operating System for intel protected mode. This OS is written to understand OS concepts such as paging, VM, multitasking, Interrupt handling. This project is mainly done for educational purpose.1 weekly downloads
The BlueEye OS Project is attempting to create a new-age, streamlined, efficient, stable and user-friendly operating system based on the Linux core that runs software from currently existing OS's as well as its own native format.
C10 strives to be compatible, innovative, complete and useful,whilst also aiming for modularity and cleanliness.The goal is to provide an integrated system (similar to the BSDs), with binary compatibility with other ABIs/OSes.
New Linux Based OS primarily for smart devices and PDA's, laptops, and eventually desktops. It offers an alternative to the "embedded" approach. All OS versions and applications will be hosted and then made available to the subscribers of cloud svs
UCOS is a micro kernel OS which is orinially intended for teaching. Yet the free UCOS kernel has it's limitations such as limited task quantity, priority reversion. There are tremendous work to be done!