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Coremark is hardware performance & analysis platform. Coremark is built-on it's own specific kernel allowing stable performance results and direct access to hardware.
Security related products final bin code released,which including Multiplexer, Video Server, IP Camera, DVR and technical documents, etc. A common device driver that tested finished for 8051 or linux released.
The D/OS Project aims to create a complete working operating system written in the D programming language.
just a small porject
This is an embedded operationg system.mainly for ARM,can be used in mobilephone,tvbox,and other embedded equipment;
E2compr is a small patch against the ext2 file system that allows on-the-fly compression and decompression. But this is not properly documented. So I want to document the code of e2compr with the help of other interested people.
We want to utilize idle memory located on Internet or WAN to improvement file system performance. It's something like cooperative caching.
This project aims to develop the next generation operating system. It is still in late planning/early development stage.
Dynics is an operating system for the 64-bit IBM-compatible PC, focussing on services for dedicated audio and MIDI processing. Dynics turns the PC into a powerfull and stable studio component. This is one step towards the DSC: Dynics Studio Computer.
The SuperWikia ED-C2 is a backend manager for the SuperWikia LME launch environments application. It is used to manage and host all LME plugins, extension and macros and supports multi-programming and multi-language (I-18n) capabilities.
The Experimental Kernel Project++ is a microkernel implemented in C++, IA-32 and PowerPC assembly.
Erika (Embedded Real tIme Kernel Architecture) is a a fully fledged and functional real-time operating system (RTOS) for embedded devices. It has been designed to be an effective and educational platform for real-time programming.
FOS - open source 32-bit microkernel operating system.
FreeDOS-64 is 64-bit Disk Operating System under development for the AMD64 platform.
GJ Universal OS is a operating system that aims to be binary compatible with windows, while having a nice look and feel.
gtfs is a simple filesystem
Genesix is a kernel for the x86 (386+) architecture. Written mostly in C and assembly, it is targeted to learning kernel architecture and development essentials.
This project endeavors to built the next generation operating system, which would unify the distributed computing resource around the world
Helios is a 32-bit protected mode OS which is developed using assembly language and C.
The Kaiinu project aims to create a new kind of dog : an electronic dog !!!
A monolithic kernel supporting both linux and bsd binaries.
KittyOS is a small operating system based on Linux. The OS is for USB pendrives and old computers. It uses XFce graphical enviroment.
KnightSleuth is a tool for Calvin College students to obtain and search the contact information of other students and faculty/staff. It allows more powerful searches than the websearch, such as by floor, by phone number, by home city, etc.
The files contained in this package are the boot section of the Linux Kernel I compiled in 2005 of what I called my Knox AES Debian Kernel. It is free to you to use to experiment with, but at this time, I do not have the time or resources to support it.
KoinKoin is an operating system, based on a second generation microkernel, k2 (strongly inspired by the L4 API). KoinKoin offers a modular design allowing to build specific-purpose and minimalist operating systems.