Yurix is a new operating system, developed by students at UFMS, Unicamp and USP (in Brazil). The system will be written from scratch. The main goal is make a system free, open, fast and reliabe.
The Hierarchical Loadable Schedulers (HLS) framework is a scheduling infrastructure for hierarchically composing soft real-time schedulers. Each scheduler only communicates with other schedulers and the HLS infrastructure according to a well defined i
A simple operating system made for educational purposes. It will be a 32 bit multitasking open source operating system. Latest release covers interrupt handling, device drivers and shell service.
Micro-80 aims to simulate a Z80 homebrew computer down to the bare metal: 64K RAM, ADM-3A terminal, parallel port, serial port and...3.5" 1.44MB floppy drive?!
POSIX compatible microkernel
umlsim extends user-mode Linux (UML) with an event-driven simulation engine and other instrumentation needed for deterministically controlling the flow of time as seen by the UML kernel and applications running under it.
Dreamos is an operating system developed on Sega Dreamcast to be ported to an array of embedded devices. The goal of the project is to be able to run non-ported Unix programs on the Sega Dreamcast and other embedded devices with ease and POSIX compliance
Elysium Project is a suite of applications, libraries, and utilities to enhance the deskotp experience of Linux.
Falcon is a new operating system which provides a fast kernel (combined with a fast filesystem) as well as an intuitive GUI. The GUI is completely new and the user can configure it as he likes to and as he needs to.
XOA-DOS is a DOS-like operating system implemented in x86 assembly, syntax NASM. It intends to be an educational project.
RMF-DOS is a project to create a compact, 8086-compatible, free clone of MS-DOS.
RamOS is a highly optimised platform based on the linux kernel. It is the foundation for other projects.
LxlOS is an eXtended Lubuntu Operation System
"ArBer Linux", Archlinux Cerberus Edition is a Linux-based distro Archlinux 2015-09-01 which includes the installer from the live media? to install "ArBer Linux" Archlinux Cerberus Edition ("ArBer Linux" A.C.E. to reduce) easily, simply and quickly as possible. also included some pre-installed apps for the immediate start of work on the Internet, with files, text documents, video, music, sound, images, photos, web and graphic design, programming, recording a dvd/cd.
PenCube, the ONLY kernel for otakus.
Ember is an operating system based on the MIT Exokernel design. Currently, it only supports the IA-32 architecture.
Distro-Project is a new form of linux breaking all old FSH standards (including POSIX). It's market is for all sectors of the computer market and for beginners through advanced users. The goal is to make an operating system that works out of the box
A computer operating system.
Soft-realtime operating system, based in a microkernel design and providing QoS and persistence capabilities.
Linux kernel modules and user-land programs for Delcom USB devices.
an opensource secure nanokernel developed by klc members. this kernel may evolve to become a distributed kernel. www.klc-research.com
Linux based networked rescue system, providing remote administration via Internet LAN access. Booted via single 1.44MB Floppy, PXE-Netboot, CD-ROM or USB-Stick.
Ingenix is a novel approach to distributed computing and is an exiting attempt to alter the Operating Systems landscape that hasn't really changed much in over 30 years. It is based on an exokernel architecture and written from scratch.
A small shell-like Operating System
USRBAC is a kernel patch and userspace daemon that allows role based access control to be mitegated in userspace. The goal is to allow a secure way to impliment RBAC compliant security systems using a daemon in userspace