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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
Aurora OS is an operating system designed in a microkernel format for all users. The object is to develop a modular, mulitplatform, multitasking Operating System that is simple, effective, and powerful.
The CK 64-Bit Kernel Operating System
The IceBox Linux Distribution is back.
Simple OS made for educational purposes. Not preffered for a desktop OS. Made for developers.
Admin, Backup, (Mirror) Cache, (re)Deploy, Embed (wizard), Migrate
It's a new GNU/Linux distribution, based on Linux From Scratch, with focus on easy complete and non-redundand system administration made with a simple textual command-line interface and in the interoperability with Windows (Further with other OS).
A small multitasking OS to run on 65C816 based systems. Features to include a GUI support for as much HW for the supported systems as possible and a system of system extensions for easy expandability of the OS. The initial Development is being done on the Apple IIgs, with plans to port to the Commodore 64 with a SuperCPU. Eventually there will be ports to other 8 and 16-bit CPUs beginning with the 6502, followed by the z80, 6800, 6809, 8086, PDP-11, and then the TMS9900. Once these are complete there will be 32-bit ports to the 680x0, ARM, MIPS, etc.
Treat user land POSIX interfaces as a special virtual hardware, that is becoming possible running the whole Solaris operation system as a user mode program, the project is inspired by User-Mode-Linux project.