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A memory device programmer (Flash / EPROM / E2PROM) board and software, connected to PC by USB port. Placa e software para gravação de memórias (Flash / EPROM / E2PROM), conectada ao PC através de porta USB.15 weekly downloads
The aim of this project is to develop a modular operating system for the i386 architecture, where each device driver, file system, etc, will be a module that can be loaded and unloaded at run-time from the system.22 weekly downloads
A simple operating system1 weekly downloads
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.
This project aims to make GNU/Linux really usable in the LGPL SPARCv8 processor called LEON.
Mabslay is an interpreter with an unified system. The same code will run on different OS versions, platforms and locales.
An Object Oriented Operating System written in C++
Zeus Grid is a Grid Computing environment usefull to run systems in heterogenous machines at same time. In this first step, it will only compile, run and collect application results and file storage.
A portable rebuilt of the Atari 2600 console. The target is to rebuild the hardware all inside a box which will be used as it's own control. The games will be stored into a Flash memory and a menu-driven TV interface, in a BIOS, will manage the options.