OSDL Data Center Linux charter: develop and evangelize the roadmap for a Linux platform software that supports commercial software products and corporate IT requirements, enabling developers to create Linux based solutions for the data center market segm
OxygenOS is an Object-Oriented Operating System built on top of an L4 Microkernel. Oxygen uses a revolutionary new File System, or rather, an Object System that uses the HardDrive as an extension of the Memory.
A portable operating system based on the java virtual machine.
An operating system for an educational robot based on a Nios II board from Altera. Implemented in Nios II assember and C/C++.
An operating system to be designed and implemented from the ground up. It will be totally Unix in nature, with POSIX compliance. Most of the core implementation will be in C and assembly, with the C++ bits coming later.
This project will provide updated Slackware package management tools adding extra functionality such as dependency/conflict check and priority, though not losing any compatibility.
StellarOS is new exokernel and associated libraries designed for efficiency and compatability. The goal is to support as many architectures as possible. StellarOS is written in C/C++ and Assembler.
Story OS is a small microkernel system with object-oriented service interface.
A Linux mouse driver for the Wii remote that doesn't need Python or uniput. All you need is a Wii remote, a bluetooth adapter, and gcc.
The Working Centre Linux Project is a Debian distribution designed for low-powered computers (25mhz 486s w/16MB ram/400MB disk). The project exists to recycle donated computers for people who may have never used computers, or may have Windows experience.
Zebu is a modern desktop operating system for 32- and 64-bit x86 PCs. It provides high security and unique features without compromising ease of use.
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Goal of this project is it to change the core of eyeOS that it uses AJAX for launching, minimizing, maximizing and closing applications. This minimizes server requests, network traffic, speeds up the eyeOS desktop and gives a feeling of “multitasking"
kissme is a free (GPLed) Java Virtual Machine. It is being developed on GNU/Linux and can run console java applications. kissme is to be used with the GNU Classpath java class library. kissme also provides support for orthogonally persistent java.
nucleOS will be an 32-bit Operating System (perhaps we'll make it 64-bit later), written in Pascal and Assembler. It will be based on the i386 architecture and will support multi-tasking later on. Project is dead since 2006-03-19.
OODDSS is a system that provide digital signature and verification for ELF executables and libraries in GNU/Linux systems. The goal is to be fast, transparent for the user and simple to administer and distribute the signed packages.
operating system for Intel 8086 / 8088
OS-808x is an operating system for Intel 8086 / 8088. Written by Raja Subramanian in the year 1997 (in academic interest). Objective is to understand how operating system, device drivers and system software works in 8086 architecture / IBM x86 PC. OS was written completely on x86 assembly language. It will be useful for people who wants to understand BIOS, x86 architecture and how OS provides services in 8086 real mode. It performs, 1. Completely written in x86 Assembly 2. 32 OS services/functionality 3. Menu Driven Shell provides utilities like RAM check, Disk Viewer, Printer, Clock, Alarm etc., 4. OS supported simple file concept 5. Security using XOR Encryption Sources are available in sources section. See the Wiki for screen shots and how to run this OS on DOSBox / Wine environment.
This project is to develop a real time scheduler. We currently have a scheduler patch for the linux kernel that separates the ready real time tasks into MAX_PRI lists. This allows very fast insertion and basically flat dispatch times for real time tasks.
vMac is a free Open Source Macintosh emulator that is available for Linux/X-Windows, Win32, DOS, MacOS, and more.
vtad is a rule-based performance monitoring system for Linux. Intended for servers, vtad monitors your system's performance and makes recommendations for tuning. Custom rulesets can be written for a wide variety of applications.
an very simple operation system with strong network functions can carry on the usb