GaryOS is an entire GNU/Linux system in a single bootable file
GaryOS is an entire GNU/Linux system in a single bootable file. While most boot/rescue systems use an ISO with SquashFS, GaryOS is a single binary file consisting of a Linux kernel and a Funtoo/Gentoo initramfs. The file is generated using a customized Funtoo/Gentoo configuration with a default Grml Linux kernel configuration via the Metro automated build tool. There are currently no major projects which take this same approach on this scale. The result is a smaller boot/rescue file that is just as comprehensive, yet easier to deploy and manage. GaryOS enables you to drop a single file on any media, point a bootloader at it and go. Upgrades are as simple as replacing the file and/or adding another bootloader entry. Rescue media is more likely to be available and up-to-date if it is convenient to deploy and manage, which is one of the primary aims of GaryOS.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion
[ Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion algorithm in kernel-space of FreeBSD ] | Data & Network Security Lab (DNSL) | Room 501, Floor 5, | Department of Computer Engineering | Sharif University of Technology | Azadi Ave., Tehran, Iran Vahid Khodabakhshi <email@example.com> Vahid Ranjbar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Also see the Acknowledgement file Please send bugs to our e-mail
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