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The Isis OS Project Is a Controlled Project to Develop An Advanced Modern Operating System!
This project was intended to implement the Java(tm) Platform Debugger Architecture for JOS. It is currently inactive.
JTMOS stands for "Jari Tuominen's Minimal Operating System". The JTMOS operating system project aims to create a fully functional multitasking x86 operating system.
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This is a project to develop a operatingsystem totally writen in Perl. It will maybe be like Linux and finaly when it has been developed for a while then it should have its own startup file like msdos.com or what it is called in dos and this file would be
Javum, the Java Virtual Unix Machine, is an ambitious project which aims to provide a full virtualized Unix environment including C compiler (GCC), Unix-like API, shell, and command line tools, inside of a JVM. Details @ http://javum.wiki.sourceforge.net
JonOS is an open source 16 bit operating system written 100% in assembly.
K OS is a small real-mode or protected mode opearting system. You can choose which mode in the bootmenu.
The Kernel Intrusion Detection System-KIDS, is a Network IDS, where the main part, packets grab/string match, is running at kernelspace, with a hook of Netfilter Framework. The project is not ready for use, then incomplete pieces of code may be found.
KIOIK means KIOIK Is ORB In Kernel.It put ORBit2 into Linux Kernel. This Project is inspired by KORBit Project,Which has be discontinued. The Last Intent of KIOIK is be a fundmental Platform for cluster computing.
A monolithic kernel supporting both linux and bsd binaries.
Simple tool to parse the contents of /proc or /sys entries and graph their values. An oscillosope for software types. Intended for developers, admins or the curious to understand the performance and behaviour of their systems.
An operating system from scratch/using existing code that with an eventual goal of POSIX compliance. Written in Assembly and C.
A rudimentary PC kernel with text I/O (doesnt work)
Tiny friendly OS in its early stage, running on x86 processors. Written in pure assembly.
Knose OS is a portable clone of Palm OS targetting the ARM, 68K and x86 architectures. Binary and source compatability with Palm OS 5 will be strived for whever possible while still moving the operating system forward with features like multi-tasking.
KoinKoin is an operating system, based on a second generation microkernel, k2 (strongly inspired by the L4 API). KoinKoin offers a modular design allowing to build specific-purpose and minimalist operating systems.
A graphics rich, desktop-enhanced GNU/Linux distribution for newbies and casual users focusing on ease of use.
Educational platform for students Interpreter machine Kronos for all platforms
Kundalini is a distributed shared memory system based on Kerrighed, which provides an adaptative shared-memory consistency algorithm to select on real time the best consistency algorithm to use based on application execution characteristics.
A single compilation of source, binaries, scripts and whitepapers on Intrusion Prevention Systems. Modified scripts available to get an IPS started in a matter of minutes. Comprehensive documentation & regular updates available to stay on the EDGE
An advanced, highly extensible operating system for the TI-83+ line of graphing calculators.
Musician-oriented Linux distro
The load robin-robin algorithm directs network connections to different real servers based on server weights in a round-robin manner. This case the weights are update in real time and it is based in the loads real servers monitored for the director.
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.
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.