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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.
FyDB is a distributed in-memory no-SQL DB. It supports distributed deployment, and can integrate heterogeneous data sources. Data of FyDB is stroed in memory as key-value structure, and it is also persistent. Join this project: email@example.com
New microkernel OS
The Isis OS Project Is a Controlled Project to Develop An Advanced Modern Operating System!
Makerootfs makes it easy to build a root filesystem for embedded devices (e.g. ARM based) by automating the cross-compiling process through shell scripts, patches and default configs. Unlike buildroot which uses uClibc, makerootfs uses the full glibc.
MenuetOS is a fully 32 bit assembly written graphical operating system. Menuet supports 32 bit x86 assembly programming as a faster and smaller system footprint. Menuet has no unix roots and the basic system is meant to be a clean asm based structure.
Your personal MCScanX enabled Linux
NavDrive is a complete hardware and software system for autonomous robots. NavDrive software consists of a framework of runtime configurable components and a mechanism for controlling their instantiation and execution without an operating system.
Simply the best!
ReactOS Synthesis Project (RSP) is aimed at combining a Microsoft Windows installation with ReactOS system files, so as to replace and complement/extend functionality. The advantages range from fixing issues to implementing desired functionality.
The project purport to create THE FIRST AUTOPILOT FOR CARS, using a technology called Intel OPENCV and Linux.
SECU86 is Standard Engine Control Unit x86. The project goal is to develop a standard computer and OS (opensource) that would work on any car. It'll be based on the x86 processor and will try to replace the poor standard ECU that comes with any car.
TV Streaming like Slingbox or ORB. Its around 150mb, so it can fit in a USB dongle or CF card. You can stream live tv/video, record (like an PVR/Tivo), has a tv guide and its a network router with firewall,UPNP and bandwidth control. HTTP config.
The XTORM Project is a GNU/Linux based distribution. It's borning 12/06/2009, this description and the website will be up as soon as the developer can.
XtreemOS project aims at building a Linux-based operating system to support virtual organizations for next generation Grids.
g4u is a bootfloppy/CD-ROM that allows easy cloning of a PC harddisks or partition to deploy a common setup on a number of PCs via FTP or local disk. As the harddisk/partition is processed as a image, any filesystem and operating system can be deployed.
MCSys, Mateo Control System, ICS
The wirOS open source project aim at developing all the materials needed for the creation of an internet-based system such that you can retrieve your personal data and applicative environment from any terminal part of the system.
x86Boot allows the creation of applications that are executed in place of the operating system and it is mainly based on the use of the BIOS services. The main goal is the use of old PC without the overload given by a big OS.