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The Banana Kernel is an open-source pedagogical operating system intended to provide useful means for teaching basic OS concepts, with the possibility of interaction with external modules developed by the teacher or student.6 weekly downloads
Agnix is an educational, network operating system kernel. It is ideal starting point to learn about operating systems. The main goal of the project is to provide a network kernel fully compatible with the Linux Kernel in the system call layer1 weekly downloads
Crocos is a small opensource UNIX-like kernel, designed with simplicity in mind, for educational purposes. It is developed in several steps to allow people to understand how a tiny operating system can be built from scratch.1 weekly downloads
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A little operating system created in order to discover the basis of the modern operating system in practice.
Cellocity Linux is Based on Fedora Core 6 Source Code. With only basic core elements needed to operate Compatipal and a completley Graphic Interface as well as Text. Version 2.0 will include more applications 32,64 bit and 80 Core Intel CPU
CleanOS is an operating system developed for educational purposes, initially to be an userspace GNU/Linux application running its executables and simulating the operating system task scheduler and IPC mechanisms. Now it supports a true i386 kernel.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
A collection of dozens of entertaining educational programs. Optionally bootable from Floppy, CD, or USB. Only the open source portions of FUZOMA are hosted on Sourceforge. Visit the Project Homepage for the full version of FUZOMA.
KnightSleuth is a tool for Calvin College students to obtain and search the contact information of other students and faculty/staff. It allows more powerful searches than the websearch, such as by floor, by phone number, by home city, etc.
L2MI - Little Modem Multiple Interface is a project that provide a firmware and hardware description of an educational Modem with multiple interfaces.
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MPP is a C-based programming language that allows you to code more eas
The Palacios VMM integrated with the Kitten Ligthweight Kernel. Palacios is a lightweight and modular VMM developed by Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico. Kitten is a Lightweight OS Kernel developed by Sandia National Labs.
The Staples Data Population & Migration Administrator is an application for the SuperWikia programming language which auto-builds critical infrastructure for cloned patches and provides backend server capability for smaller projects.
One day there will be a Windows 9, coming after Windows 8 and current Windows 7. Why not starting working now on a Windows 9 similar open source OS ten years before it appears instead of still working on it 10 years after it will become obsolete?