The goal of the project is to create an OS for archos device (Jbmm, Av and Gmini series). We are now working on our own kernel on: www.archopen.org. This kernel can be used as a lib to create seperate apps. It also has a gui that is able to launch elf li
LinksOS is an effort to create a modern operating system for desktop and development usage.
LiteOS is our attempt to write a free OS for calculators known as "TI-68k". TI naturally stands for Texas Instuments while 68k designs the Motorola 68000, in other words the processor running such calculators.
Love-Sources is a Linux kernel patchset maintained by a community. Its purpose is to provide a patchset to optimize desktop performance and test new "unstable" features.
MERP is a modular low cost robot platform designed as a research tool or for personal use. It allows real world testing of algorithms developed in simulation for trajectory planning, obstacle avoidance, human robot interaction, among others.
The former home of the MegaZeux for Windows/MZX32 project. This software was discontinued when a better port was released.
Development of a mainframe system
Inactive project. Start of testing ground for disabling skins in CoolPlayer.
MulTIOS is a multi-threaded operating system for the TI-83 Plus Silver Edition and TI-84 Plus calculators.
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.
CLOSED. NeAT OS will create a MacOS compatible emluation layer in an OS for PS2, x86, PPC, and 68k systems while using a NeXT style interface for non-MacOS programs.
Notepad² is a text and source code editor for Windows. Notepad² offers syntax coloration for common langages, customizable interface, auto-completion, macro recording and so much more !
OS NeXt... The next best thing since Linux! This operating system is unique. It is nothing like Windows or Linux. It has it's own easy scripting and programming langauge so that users can totally customize it. It has crash recovery and so much more!
OpenSource Pascal is a 16 bit pascal compiler. It is available for intel x86 processors and DOS, WIN32 operating systems. The language syntax is compatible with TP 4.0, with some extensions. Compiler is write in Pascal.
OxygenOS is an Object-Oriented Operating System built on top of an L4 Microkernel. Oxygen uses a revolutionary new File System, or rather, an Object System that uses the HardDrive as an extension of the Memory.
PC-TEST is a hardware detecting & testing tool (detection, benchmark, stress-test, S.M.A.R.T., etc.). It is developed to run on any Intel x86 compatible PC (including 8086 PC/XT). It runs perfectly under DOS but compatible with Windows & DosEmu.
A portable operating system based on the java virtual machine.
The Pickle Programming Language (PPL) and related utilities.
An open source refreshed clone of Nintendo® Pikmin™ coded in Allegro. This project was created for our first year studying Computer Science in ECE (Ecole Centrale d'Electronique) in Paris.
Pos, Portable Operating System. Perl-powered, o.s. for small and modular environments. ( Linux in a shell...) May only required an internet connection and some Perl modules somewhere.
Keyboard shortcuts to run your favourite programs quickly and easily. The shortcuts you set are then available at any time, just press those keys and the program will run. The shortcuts can be configured easily within the program.
An operating system for an educational robot based on a Nios II board from Altera. Implemented in Nios II assember and C/C++.
Proxlat was intended to be able to translate compiled programs from any supported format to any other supported format, to run natively on any supported operating system (within hardware and OS limitations). Sadly, this was an unrealistic goal.
A port of the 3D shooter engine of Duke Nukem 3D with more extensions, like OpenGL/Direct3D, MD2/MD3 models, high-res textures, MP3/OGG music, etc..
An operating system to be designed and implemented from the ground up. It will be totally Unix in nature, with POSIX compliance. Most of the core implementation will be in C and assembly, with the C++ bits coming later.