Real-time, modular, microkernel-based operating system under development for i386. The first goal is to support 32-bit DOS protected mode applications made with DJGPP as well as native applications.
Written in pure ASM and Exode with cloud computing in mind.
Cloudium OS is being written in pure ASM. It's designed for speed and ease, having cloud computing in mind. It also is secure (without requiring constant user input like Windows). But, how are we going to do this? Well every os wants/says these kind of things, so to accomplish our goals we follow these simple rules: keep it simple (that's way better then these complex interfaces etc. almost nobody wants), generalize (this makes things easier and more useful without extra complexity) and be inventive (sometimes doing it the classical way just doesn't work). Note: development peace will be temporarily lowered until February the fifth. Please check out our OS and Project site!
A rethinking of the Operating System Ecosystem.
This is the fifth or sixth generation of this idea, the big difference being that we have written some bootloader code and have started mapping out the kernel layout and structure. We have decided upon a core programming language for the kernel, and the core language for almost everything else. With a focus on isolating the MAJOR kernel features from the system itself, in what until now has remained research only instances, we hope to create a fully functioning exokerne. All code at this time will be available only via a git repository.
CMAKE build enviroment for LPC2000 and LPC17xx Cortex MCUs
The goal of project is to build CMSIS like environment for LPC2000 series MCU and to write RTOS for LPC2000 and Cortex Microcontrollers
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.
self-sustaining consult and counsel agency/agent server/client. Root alias is the OS, which runs on Windows/Linux/Talon operates on or independently of all OS through intuitive protocol based parallel wiring diagramming It's really an exciting build. M
Andalus is an x86 based OS kernel
Tamagotchi project in ASM
School project of a Tamagotchi in Assembler.
This will be an operating system
BirdOS is currently not open source anymore. But we may release Bird DOS open source, right here. Bird DOS should be another OS within the FeatherCode Operating Systems branch. This is for the future though, you can download current BirdOS releases (just not open source) via: https://github.com/FeatherCode/FeatherCode We hope to be more useful on this page, in the future. What happened to v0.10? It's been eaten by an eagle. Seriously though, it was a bad 'operating system' with bad code. We now have rewritten the code. To forget the problems and stupidity with v0.10, which was basically just a text-output OS, we have thrown it away. The project will continue, not open source and completely somewhere else. We're extremely sorry.
Caracal is an IA32 operating system which, once stable, will be used to create tutorials and therefore teach others the basics of writing system software for IA32 processors.
A new 64-bit RISC platform, complemented by a set of development tools, standards specifications and synthesizable VHDL implementations.
Cloudium OS is being written in pure ASM. It's a Cloud-based operating system and designed for simplicity and ease.
Codename Five is an operating system kernel, written as an experiment in learning assembler, written from scratch for x86. It is not (purposely) based on any previous operating system.
This project contains some test scripts and software for Analog Devices' DSP chip emulators. This verifies whether a particular emulator is working correctly with a particular PC and target board.
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).
PIC based weather station
Microhcip PIC18F based LCD weather station that uses Ethernet connection to download data from the Internet.
An implementation of LWIP under FreeRTOS for the LPC1768/9 Cortext M3 microcontroller
LusitanOS is a 100% Portuguese effort to build an Operating System based on our own concepts but supporting some things from existing platforms such as POSIX, libc, win32 API, linux/elf and win32/pe.
Ease the development of software for MSX systems by providing a) a set of reusable modules containing much of the functionality needed my most MSX applications and b) a set of cross-development tools for PCs.
Micro-80 aims to simulate a Z80 homebrew computer down to the bare metal: 64K RAM, ADM-3A terminal, parallel port, serial port and...3.5" 1.44MB floppy drive?!
MuOS is a Operating System for x86-compatible hardware.
A lightweight, simple and easy to use embedded system task scheduler. RataOS is written as a high level C, with a simple HAL & API structure, allowing it to be ported between embedded devices easily.
U4X, pronounced 'eu-phor-ix', is a linux distribution suited for multimedia professionals as well as the at-home amatuers. U4X includes such features as a modified kernel, verbose shell, journaling file system, and clustering capabilities.
a secure, open source OS for use inside USEagency facilities
A secure and open source operating system. All communications that reasonably can be will be encrypted. It will also have fined-tuned firewall capabilities, with a default policy of deny all inbound except HTTP HTTPS and SSH. Web browser will be sand boxed from other parts of the OS. In order to access saved passwords, cache, cookies, ect in web browser, username/password are required. Downloaded files (and any other files entering the system) will be subjected to both an exception-based and signature-based virus scan. After that, they will be placed in a leveled security storage space, each more secure--with the most secure being 50. Under 50 will be 46-49; under that is 36-45; under that is 27-25; under that is 26; under that is 14-25; under that is 6-13; under that is 5-3; lastly there is level 2 the most insecure. The operating system itself will require many passwords: boot up, access logon screen, login, admin, and more/ Mainly, it will be built with strong security as its base