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.
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org> Vahid Ranjbar <email@example.com> Also see the Acknowledgement file Please send bugs to our e-mail
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A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.