A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.
ItaliOs è un sistema operativo totalmente in italiano.
The Isis OS Project Is a Controlled Project to Develop An Advanced Modern Operating System!
The netboot project allows booting a diskless PC over a TCP/IP based network using standard protocols like BOOTP, DHCP and TFTP. It is able to boot Linux, FreeBSD, multiple DOS variants (including MS-DOS, PC-DOS, PTS-DOS, OpenDOS, NovellDOS, FreeDOS)
This tool allows to boot linux-m68k from a floppy on a macintosh motorola 68K based. With it, you can create rescue disk, or remove the MacOS partition (needed by the legacy penguin booter) from your HD.
Cobalt ROM source code - x86 BIOS replacement for Cobalt hardware
Agnix is an educational, network operating system kernel. It is ideal starting point to learn about operating systems. The main goal of the project is to provide a network kernel fully compatible with the Linux Kernel in the system call layer
Open Source Object Oriented Operating System for Intel 32-bit architecture.
NewOS - Yet another operating system.
Napiszmy własny system operacyjny!!!
This is a project for developing fast boot up linux kernel. For fast boot up, it includes boot loader stage, kernel stage, and user space stage. For developer's convenience, several tools provided to measure the time stamps, and debugging.
Fortress OS is an open source modern multitasking operating system. Intel IA-32 386 compatibility. Fortress is clean implemented from scratch. Fortress is still in early stage ( current state at the end of plan 2 ) and needs huge work.
aboot is the Linux bootloader for Alpha systems using the SRM console. This package also includes the utilities isomarkboot, swriteboot and sdisklabel.
fast single-privilege single-address-space preemptive-multithreading persistent data-centric secure multiuser operating system with safe-language and reconfigurable graphical interface
The Trion Object Oriented Operating system is an OS that is designed to meet the needs for the 21st century, with a kernel written in C++ and modelled in UML, and lots of features. The project is run by a team of OSDev.org community members.
This project is intended to be a simple boot loader to bootstrap a FreeBSD PPC kernel on the PS3 so that other developers can start porting the complete OS to the target platform. A otheros.bld file and build process will be supplied with the code.
Multi Boot Manager allow chang the boot, this version need be insert into MASTER BOOT RECORD (MBR, track 0, side 0, sector 0), and the original content need be insert into last sector (Sector B3F or Physical address Track 4f, Side 1, Sector 12h). Made in
The Elias Initialization System is a non-"copylefted" operating system loader which will be multiboot-compliant as well as implementing a new booting standard (yet to be developed) which will greatly simplify operarating system development.
A port of the Linux operating system kernel to the single board computer Scout from Motorola.
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer
ncurOS is a very secure OS, which is based on an UNIX (maybe linux) kernel. Many system tools are integrated in the kernel. All of these tools are written with ncurses. All ncurOS-developers follow a coding standard.
MuOS is a Operating System for x86-compatible hardware.
Minerva's primary goal is security. To allow all users to feel safe and secure but have the freedom to do what ever they want. We also want a fast easy way to bring every linux and windows o/s together.
ME OS is a non-Linux OS built from scratch. Emphasis is on the interface and forward-looking features.
A Unix-like (Not compleatly Unix-compatible) Kernel. Right now, we have (very limited support) of 80486+ IBM-PC AT compatibles. Written in C, and assembly. No network support planned for the forseeable future.