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newStep is an Operating System designed on Linux 18.104.22.168 with GNUstep and X11. As for the windowing system, we will try to use the modular release of X11 with a modified window manager to have a semi-MacOS X and NEXTSTEP apperance.1 weekly downloads
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
The Tetris program that pwns!
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The NeXT IRIX or maybe MacOSX. Eventually to be based on the open-source core of OSX, Darwin. Using the free implementation of OpenSTEP, GNUstep for its desktop and application environment, this WILL be the NeXT multimedia powerhouse.
This project is an implemenation of a 2d graphics engine for posix complient and the gnosis system.
Images of the LiMobile projects, a Linux distribution (based on openSUSE) designed for developing applications for the iPhone and iPad without using Xcode compiler, the system MacOSX and MacBook.
Turtle OS is an Unix-like OS. It aims to be open source, secure, high performing and portable.
Yarrwin is a fork of Apple's Darwin, created with the intention of simplifying creation of Darwin-based distributions and addition of novel software features to the Darwin platform.
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librestep is a progressive effort to produce a free, modern and stable OS distribution. To get librestep download and configure TOR and GNUnet then follow the onion link. Bug tracking, SCM, support forums, and some documentation is housed here.