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Aicix is hobby Operating System (OS) of me. It won't be as big as Linux distributions are.
The Allcode 'Catwalk' is a pre-implementation toolkit for SuperWikia Alpha tip drills and asanas to parse organized and or executable (O/E) code. It also conducts breadth inspections across one or more Alpha shells while searching for code violations
Andalus is an x86 based OS kernel
This is a kernel driver for the BCM5974 multitouch device, currently present in the Macbook Air and Macbook Pro Penryn mactel machines.
ArchOpen is a project aimed at providing a fast, light and free operating system and applications for portable multimedia devices based on TI DM&DSC chips. It currently supports a lot of Archos multimedia devices (Gmini402,AV400,...).
AOS is an Operating system based on DOS that is for use by advanced end users and has no GUI. It has a variety of functions and comes with many utilities useful for administrators. It requires a keytag number to login, these can be configured in code.
Handix is the OS for the Aura line of simple, inexpensive palmtop-type handhelds, designed by this project.
Aurora OS is an operating system designed in a microkernel format for all users. The object is to develop a modular, mulitplatform, multitasking Operating System that is simple, effective, and powerful.
AxionOS is (to be) a operating system for the Axion Prototype Computer (APC) which is basically a notebook. Currently the project is in its childhood, but the idea is simple - To create an intuitive, user-friendly operating system for the APC.
Binary Automated Data Exchange Language (BADEL) ornate systems; kernels for BADEL chests, resorts/settlement codes, argument prompts, nests for FIN/POD, datelines, operating data and nomenclature claims. Requires SuperWikia Alpha Mainframe frameworks.
Hobbyist operating system using a new microkernel. The objective is to not get bogged down by ancient legacy processor support. The OS is meant to be designed from the ground up, without utilizing any legacy or existing implementations or designs.
Beamology: Semicom Project Management
CJet eXTreme OS is a new project to develop a cross platform operating system with a native application interface designed to make it easy to develop for several architectures at once.
A Development Framework for Coldfire
CPPOS is a operating system developing by C++ and assembly.
This project is meant to increase the efficiency of Linux kernel 220.127.116.11 in cell Broadband Engine.This is in accordance to the IBM cell BE challenge-2.
Cellocity Linux is Based on Fedora Core 6 Source Code. With only basic core elements needed to operate Compatipal and a completley Graphic Interface as well as Text. Version 2.0 will include more applications 32,64 bit and 80 Core Intel CPU
Cerberus is an attempt at creating flexible and extremely customizable Operating System that can be used on many types of computer systems including desktops, servers, and embedded solutions.
A (new), Distributed and Supercomuting ready, Component Oriented Opperating System, together with a (special) toolchain to build it. (It will run on I386 networked machines initially)
The CodeTime platform covers every aspect of parallel software from authoring, through distribution, to run-time. Its goals are: high programmer productivity; write once, run high performance anywhere; and wide acceptance.
Codename Five is an operating system kernel, written as an experiment in learning assembler, written from scratch for x86. It is not (purposely) based on any previous operating system.
Coremark is hardware performance & analysis platform. Coremark is built-on it's own specific kernel allowing stable performance results and direct access to hardware.
CrazySoft OS - is a OS writed in Assembler language
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.