JX is a flexible Java Operating System that can be customized for different execution environments. It provides separate protection domains for operating system components. Each protection domain may have its own execution environment.
The goal of this project is to develop an object-oriented language along with a compiler, assembler, runtime enironment, and libraries.
KOS is a hobbistic operating system, that should work on 64bit cpus, which are compatible with Intel's.
kbdbabel - collection of open source microcontroller based keyboard protocol translators
EDA / PCB software to envelope and manufacture printed circuit boards
KenaxOS, originally named AOS (An Operating System), is a project to design a new OS that is developer friendly (having an excellent interface for software development), written mainly in C and some Intel syntax Assembly.
Kestrel is a kernel not Unix or Windows.
Kestrel is a kernel that not Unix or Windows. It will support POSIX
Utility to show keyboard information, eg keyboard id and scan codes. Used NASM assembler. Software uses the input /output ports provided by PC hardware for real IBM AT or PS/2 keyboards, this is emulated for USB keyboards and virtual PCs.
Keep It Simple Bus is a PC+MCU based Robotics Framework that utilizes serial port to interface to multiple DC/Servo/Stepper motors through PIC12F683 ising binary protocol. Main goal is to do it as cheap as possible with minimal number of components, fast
Knossos is a powerful piece of software for a TI83(+) calculator. It comes with games, utils and other useful tools like math problem solvers. Consisting of apps and programs.
Fast, small OS for X86-processors writen in 32-bit assembly, based on MenuetOS.
Komoku implements an intrusion detection system using embedded system. Unlike other integrity tools, as tripwire, it does not rely on the operating system. The IDS is actually implemented in an INtel EBSA-285 board.
L-OS is a 3D angine written in Intel 8086 assembly for 16-bit real mode. The engine currently features Mode X support with wireframe meshes. L-OS is a booting package that can be installed to hard drive via floppy disk.
private l2 project dedicated to extending the server software
LF OS is a little operating system written completely from scratch It supports multitasking and (later) multiuser. It is Multiboot-compliant, so it can be booted by GRUB. As Executable Format it uses ELF. At the moment, work is focused on the Kernel.
An advanced, highly extensible operating system for the TI-83+ line of graphing calculators.
Using Philips (NXP) boards LPC2148, LPC2138 and LPC2103 (ARM7 CPU) we are going to attempt to get an RTOS to work on them, such as MicroC/OSII that has a text based input output using HyperTerminal.
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
Super simplistic x86 real mode operating system.
Lamp is a Unix-like environment that runs in a single process (via threads) on traditional Mac OS, including standard I/O, vfork/exec, a shell, perl, sockets, virtual fs with /dev and /proc, signals, and ptrace(). Runs on 68K/PPC, and on OS X as Carbon.
An Operating System Designed to be Fast and Stable.
This project aims to provide a quick way for modularizing Linux kernel functions even if they aren't within a module! It can be used for developing and testing kernel functionalities without needing a reboot.