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Project Fish is a start kit for those who want to have study with ARM/PCB/DDK/.Net. PF will start from a Digital thermometer, with the implement of Hard ware design, firmware, Windows driver and app, the participator will got understading in that fields.
Reenix is a combination of the best of both worlds: DOS and *x. Based on the GNU toolkit and FreeDOS, Reenix is a stepping-stone between the two OSes and a subset of *x which will run on an 8088.
SYSDEG tool can be used to generate system software design template for a specific processor which can be customized for optimal performance thus reducing the time taken to write a system software from scratches
Vic-20 game, remastered from the C64 original, with special feuaters
SymbOS Z80 - applications and drivers
A collection of Basic, Extended Basic, Assembler and GPL routines for the TI-994a computer.
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Replace a Vehicle Wiring Harness with a simple CAN network and unified power distribution. Based on ATMEL AVR microcontrollers and Microchip MCP25050 CAN I/O expanders.
I would like to have an emulator that acts like a PC in my PC that is capable of 16bit processing. I would like it to be able to emulate slower processor speeds. It would also be nice if it could use a LAN connection to mimic a modem connection.
This is project is an open source library for the Nintendo Wii(TM) console, with the aim to be a legal replacement SDK for none licensed developers (homebrew).
Shared library for archive and file unarchiving and extraction. Based on the Amiga system of same name.
This source is used to build a static flow diagram on a 80386 (or before) DOS executable
what would you say if all you needed to do was typ in the word INSTALL or EXTRACT? This easy install app is simple to use all you need to do is AND BEST OF ALL ===+++ ITS FREE +++===
Table Driven 650x (mostek 6502 and variants) Assembler with TASM syntax
ChaoOS is the concept of a grid operating system. In a cluster, resources are administrated and shared via network. Based on Linuxcore, an uniformed process and resource management distributes nearly every process according free and appropriate resources
string (in file) search and replace library
Dino-mon - small monitor/loader for 8085 CPU based systems (especially for "dino-85" home-built microcomputer). It allows the user to change I/O and memory content, to load additional code as IntelHex records and so on...
A public domain bootloader for x86-64 PCs.
evilXBOX is an emulator of the XBOX game console. A full virtual machine starting with a IA-32 CPU
flos operating system
An kernel for Z80 based computers written with portability in mind and designed to allow software to be written in a portable way across these hosts. Has loadable modules at the kernel level to cater for hardware support and software services.
A public domain implementation of the C11 standard library.
This is the place where the NeoRAGEx lives. Courtesy of the Snk-NeoFighters Team.
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer