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lsed --- open-source applications developed by engineering students1 weekly downloads
Goals: make a working IRC client in 100% 32bit asm for windows, make it support most other useful protocols (DCC,CTCP,DNS...), make it better than any other IRC clients for windows, keep it free and always release the source in GNU Style for FREE.1 weekly downloads
tOfuS is an OS kernel with framework capabilities, in order for everyone to experiment on it. (was: A Music-Production oriented Operating System, for use in recording studios and live performances as a mixing desk and user-programmable DSP).1 weekly downloads
an os for x86 computers based on mikeos1 weekly downloads
This project aim to make a free operating system (OS) as fast and small as possible. To achieve this goal we use 32 bit assembly and single address space (SAS).1 weekly downloads
AVACS - Advanced Vehicle Automated Control System
Operating system. Designed to be chic, easy, and usable for Windows machines. Apple people could use BootCamp to access.
Apple II graphical web browser, using uIP and Uthernet, RamWorks III type AUX RAM card.
To develop a microkernel based os. A microkernel is basicaly an OS kernel which communicates mostly using messages. All programs drivers and other entities exist as contextless components which transact. They keep no permanent data.
BSDStep is an open source BSD based distribution using code from the L4 Microkernel, DragonFly BSD, Cairo and GNUstep projects.
A unix like operating system with complex but fun ways.
CeivaLinux; Linux for the Ceiva Picture Frame!
I finally got around to actually coding something! This is going to be an OS for use on combat robots, complete with full support for sensors, hammers, flamethrowers, wedges, saws, and clamper robots. All weapon systems are fully customizable w/RC.
D.home.otic aims to produce a stable, scalable and upgradable home-automation system. Based on PIC microcontrollers and USB interface.
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Dynics is an operating system for the 64-bit IBM-compatible PC, focussing on services for dedicated audio and MIDI processing. Dynics turns the PC into a powerfull and stable studio component. This is one step towards the DSC: Dynics Studio Computer.
EL is an opensource initiative specially targeted to the hobbyist game developer. Game projects and a smaller framework based basically on well known tools such as Allegro, DirectX and OpenGL. Online examples should be included also. [Inactive]
FAR Shell - UNIX (FreeBSD & Linux) Clone of FAR Manager with Shell integration. Full compatibility by features and Plugins API with original (win32) version. Also porting base plugins to *NIX. Languages: Russian, English. Programming Language: FreePascal
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.
This is a project for developing fast boot up linux kernel. For fast boot up, it includes boot loader stage, kernel stage, and user space stage. For developer's convenience, several tools provided to measure the time stamps, and debugging.
This OS is intended primarily for my own educational purposes. I will attempt to document it well enough to serve as a guide for others if they choose to use it as such.
FreeDOS-64 is 64-bit Disk Operating System under development for the AMD64 platform.
Galileo is an Open Source glass cockpit infrastructure for general aviation use. It is designed around a modular and robust CANbus-based architecture with a distributed network of sensors and display panels.
Gloom is a scripting language developed with ease of use and compatibility in mind. The user has the ability to program in Gloom Assembally or Gloom High Level Scripting, It has a VM for easy integration into projects and a compiler and code converter
Project to 're-purpose' the X-Box 360 Chatpad for other hardware/software uses.