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MEDDAC is the seeding point for designing a new approach to Operating System design itself. It is an Open Source project with roots in mainframe design and development the author began in 1979. Monitor Editor Disassembler Decompiler Assembler Compiler
NetBrows/TIRF is a project to extend the features of Texas Instruments m68k calculators by adding wireless link ability and much more memory.
OpenFive is an OS that is software and service compatible with the original System V UNIX, but not heavily restricted like the original. 1.0 is to be compatible with R4, and improvements will then be made independently.
This project is for a small operating system optimized specifically for switching and routing voice packets on the amd64 platform. The license is currently undecided. Please subscribe the pillaros-design list with suggestions and ideas.
This program turns an ordinary TI-86 calculator into a shutter release trigger for some Canon (and possibly many other) cameras using nothing more than a data-link cable. Future versions will include self-timer, interval, and long exposure modes.
The Saturn kernel is a operating system kernel being made from scratch. After the kernel is developed, an operating system will be developed for it.
A free, open-sourced, security-focused OS.
The Nexus Operating System is a planned, realtime multimedia operating system compliant with POSIX standards. Nexus is intended not to become the next fad; it is the OS all developers can develop for without losing market standing in other OS's.
The Omicron OS Kernel Project, is a another attempt to create an open source operating system. However one fundamental difference between this OS and the others is that, the omicron project will have user useability taken into account right from the begin
UTANAV is a GPS and digital compass assisted map navigation system currently running on the PIC18F4520 micro-controller by Microchip(TM). It is written in MPLAB assembly.
VSPMS is the "Very Simple Project Management System", which is a cross-platform set of shell tools and aliases to establish and share project environment variables, aliases, documentation, and setup procedures.
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
domoticPS2: home automation over X10 (and other protocols) using a Sony PlayStation 2. Includes a 3D engine to render houses.
An emulator for the Nintendo Game Boy, aiming to run on the gp2x handheld.
A site for the development of the software and documentation of the MERG CBUS project. MERGCBUS is a new universal control system for DC (analogue) and DCC (digital) model railway layouts.
onigence is an OS developing project
The dude is a UNIX debugging package independent of the ptrace() system call; it consists of a kernel module [the_dude.o], a library to interface with the module [libduderino.so], and an ncurses client [ddbg] .