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Focus of this project is the development of an microcontroller/FPGA evaluation board. Basic characteristics as given below: - Philips LPC 22xx controller - additional FPGA, Xilinx Spartan - SD-Card interface for booting - additional IO-interfaces
ASMIMUX will be a kernel, which includes a Linux ABI clone, to use native Linux programms.
Next generation Linux Operating System for the enterprise and public. Reliable solutions for the internet, datacenter, security, office and entertainement.
A pre-emptive operating system for Atmel AVR 8-bit microcontrollers featuring queues, semaphores, a flash fileystem and high level peripheral device drivers.
AWOS: The Universal Operating System.
Achelous is attempt to clone Mac OS X for the Intel X86 Chipset. There are currently two teams working on the project: the Kernel team and the GUI team.
Admiral aims to be an OS written in Ada, making available to the user all the advantages of a well-designed & stable system.
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.
Operating system. Designed to be chic, easy, and usable for Windows machines. Apple people could use BootCamp to access.
Affnity is a hobby operating system, to help it's developer(s) understand the concepts of operating systems development and low level programming in C, C++, assembly.
Agnix is a small operating system kernel for i386, supporting 32-bit protected memory mode, paging, hardware switched tasks, memory tests, PCI bus, devices, PCI IRQ routing, RT timers and network protocols.
Aicix is hobby Operating System (OS) of me. It won't be as big as Linux distributions are.
aiOS (Artificial Intelligence Operating System) aims to be a minimalistic operating system that implements various AI algorithms like artificial neural network algorithms (supervisioned and autoorganizing) and genetic algorithms.
A little operative system with File System, Process Manager, but without a Grafical User Interface :'(
A CC0 operating system written from scratch in Rust.
This project provides a simple kernel for building distributed agent-based applications. It is based on the idea that the principles underlying dataflow programming are well-suited to design a coordination language for multi-agent environments.
A new Generation Operating System for x86-32 bit machine. In future it may extend to x86-64 platforms too. The name stands for A Native Macro Interpreting Kernel Operating System
Why do it the tradidtional way when you can do it a new way? Why use an existing wheel when you can reinvent it yourself? Why do it the easy way when a hard was exists? Why? Because we are professional geeks!
this is arabic Os form scratch build by arabic Team
Armada Linux is a port of GNU/Linux for embedded systems, especially Smartphones.
Atheona is a x86 kernel that will be used for learning the functions and processes of an operating system. It will be minimal at first, striving to be POSIX and Unix-compatible.
This project brings together many sub-projects with the goal of enhancing Linux performance on large systems. Sub-projects include ccNUMA, 64-bit x86, ACPI, etc. support for Linux.