Clicker is a project for a Multitasking Open-source operating system written from scratch. based on a modular micro kernel. We want to explore new way of designing and using OSes :) [newz: PCI, NE2K and VBE]
With this project I intend to write a really, really simple OS, just for fun and learning. I think I will never have a really usable version, as I said, that's no my objective.
MinopsOS is a tiny operating system for PC computers.
MinopsOS is a tiny operating system for PC computers. It's small enough to fit inside the boot sector of a floppy disk.
I have developed and tested a small 32-bits Kernel running on i386. I want to share it to this developers community. The kernel is developed in Assebly Language and it have bootloader, multitask, etc, etc...
An ASCII MMORPG / World Simulation / Genetic Programming Project
This project was previously oriented towards creating an AI based Operating System. However new visitors should refer to www.theasciiproject.com for information about what this project has developed into.
Operating system project from scratch to design and implement all components from boot strapping,hardware interrupts , memory manger ,file system , etc .
fast single-privilege single-address-space preemptive-multithreading persistent data-centric secure multiuser operating system with safe-language and reconfigurable graphical interface
The Banana Kernel is an open-source pedagogical operating system intended to provide useful means for teaching basic OS concepts, with the possibility of interaction with external modules developed by the teacher or student.
Perix is a 16/32 protected mode kernel, bootable and capable of running without an operating system. It is written in Turbo Pascal 7.0 for DOS, Delphi 7.0, Pascal Pro, Virtual Pascal v2.1, TASM and JWASM. Turbo pascal version can be used as kernel on its own, or as a second stage loader to external programs. I would like to announce, that the first attempt to put the Delphi 64bit to work was successful. As soon as possible I will place at the disposal a very small 64bit kernel version.
A rethinking of the Operating System Ecosystem.
This is the fifth or sixth generation of this idea, the big difference being that we have written some bootloader code and have started mapping out the kernel layout and structure. We have decided upon a core programming language for the kernel, and the core language for almost everything else. With a focus on isolating the MAJOR kernel features from the system itself, in what until now has remained research only instances, we hope to create a fully functioning exokerne. All code at this time will be available only via a git repository.
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.
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.
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
The Danber project aims to create an operating system where both Windows and Linux programs can be run: it is a Windows NT based kernel, but with UNIX user mode compatibility. Support for both PE and ELF executable formats.
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.
Perix is a MS-DOS compatible program, capable of running without an underlining OS. It is written in Turbo Pascal and Assembly. All parts of system are distributed under terms of the GNU General Public License v2.
Open Source Object Oriented Operating System for Intel 32-bit architecture.
Boot the T-Online Vision S100 (or other x86 PCs) using TFTP via the builtin WiFi/WLAN adapter. To make this possible a mini linux is booted from the DOM configuring and connecting the adapter using DHCP/PXE (WEP/WPA) and start the new kernel using kexec
yaMOS stands for: yet another "My Operating System". This is a hobby Operating System, let's see to what it develops... At the moment it's only a kernel written in C++ and Assemly.