There's no event quite like OSCON—the best place on Earth to sharpen your skills and discover new techniques, making you better at what you do and igniting your love of all things digital. You'll find everything open source: languages, communities, best practices, products and services. Join us May 8-11 in Austin, TX, and let OSCON ignite your love of all things digital!Sponsored Listing
- Grouping and Descriptive Categories (7)
- Linux (7)
- Other Operating Systems (7)
- Mac (5)
- Windows (5)
- Android (4)
- BSD (4)
- Virtualization (2)
- Embedded Operating Systems (1)
- Audio & Video
- Business & Enterprise
- Home & Education
- Science & Engineering
- Security & Utilities
- System Administration
ELKS is a subset of the Linux kernel that runs on IBM compatible PCs from 8086 up. It is intended to get use out of obsolete old hardware, for use in embedded systems, and as an educational tool. ELKS has been moved to Github to protest SourceForge's installer adware hijacking. This does not directly affect ELKS, but it does affect many major open source projects such as Gimp and FileZilla by attempting to trick the user into installing adware in order to download these programs. I refuse to leave ELKS here with such policies in effect. If you have questions about this, please email email@example.com weekly downloads
A new advanced customizable graphic menu multi boot and OS loader based on XOSL project with gujin project features, this project integrate too a mini OS to provide certain customizable specialized maintenance tasks before boot partition/load OS target.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
The book shows you how architecting a modern security visibility infrastructure can help your business adapt to new threats, lengthen the usefulness of your current security investments, and optimize uptime and availability. See the entire threat landscape, understand security visibility basics, support both inline and out-of-band security systems, explore security visibility use cases and ask the right questions about visibility.Sponsored Listing
Operating System Framework for a MIPS Simulator. The project includes a multi-threaded MIPS Simulator and a naive Operating System and an Assembler for the simulated architecture, intended to be used for instructional and educational purpose.
The Palacios VMM integrated with the Kitten Ligthweight Kernel. Palacios is a lightweight and modular VMM developed by Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico. Kitten is a Lightweight OS Kernel developed by Sandia National Labs.
patches for inferno operation system (http://code.google.com/p/inferno-os/) to allow it run on openmoko open-source mobile phone (http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Main_Page) .