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Boot OS X, Windows, and Linux on Mac or PC with UEFI or BIOS firmware23,526 weekly downloads
MaxUAE is the Mac OS X version of UAE.11 weekly downloads
Collection of code and tools for autonomous vehicles made out of remote controlled cars. The architecture is to have a motor/sensor controller which communicates with a brain controller (a cell phone, PDA, or computer) thru Bluetooth or Zig Bee.
BSDStep is an open source BSD based distribution using code from the L4 Microkernel, DragonFly BSD, Cairo and GNUstep projects.
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
LichtTools simulates a bulb, enabling the user to read books in front of the screen without other light sources available. When used on mobile platforms LichtTools acts as flashlight.
Obtruder will allow MacOS X developers to write bundles or libraries that are loaded into every user process and provide support for applying patches to specific methods. Obtruders are similar to Classic System Extensions or Application Enhancers.
A library written in Objective-C for linux or others gcc-enabled systems that brings support of slots and signals ŕ-la Qt in the language, and a windowing toolkit made in OpenGL or X11. Other useful tools may also be included such as XML.
This project intends to develop an exokernel based OS incorporating concepts from the MIT exokernel, the Utah Flux Project, Elysium, L4 and Eros.
The goal of llama-X is to be a cutting-edge desktop operating system for the x86 architecture. A new object-oriented filesystem, and a fresh new desktop paradigm, and an innovative multikernel subsystem are main features of the system.
This is a collection of software developed by the group TeenDev. Software includes programs for the ARM architecture, PPC architecture, and i386 (x86) architecture. All open-sourced projects will be posted here.