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DatalOSs is a small experimental i386 operating system, mostly written in C++ It's intended for educational purposes, we don't expect it to provide much useful functionality.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
Media Lab Asia collaborated with IIT Delhi for development real-time kernel O/S named “RTKER OS” portable on microprocessor based systems and a Multithreaded O/S for 8-bit microcontrollers (like 8051 and ATMega128) as low cost embedded solution.
Object storage is clearly the simplest, most flexible, and most scalable way to store tons of unstructured content. The Scality S3 Server enables developers and businesses to take advantage of this simplicity, for free. Whether you’re programming in Go or Java, or whether you’re using existing applications for personal or shared data management, the Scality S3 Server is a great starting point.Sponsored Listing
We will develop a device driver for an accelerometer. And, we are going to create a 3D model of the 2nd floor of our computer department. Finally, we will provide an interaction between user and some of objects where are in the Robotics Lab.
I have developed and tested a small 32-bits Kernel running on i386. I want to share it to this developers community. The kernel is developed in Assebly Language and it have bootloader, multitask, etc, etc...
flos operating system
open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system