Contiki is an open source, highly portable, networked, multi-tasking operating system for memory-constrained systems. Contiki current source code: https://github.com/contiki-os/contiki Contiki historical source code: https://github.com/adamdunkels/contiki-1.x
The objective of the TPM Emulator project is the implementation of a software-based TPM and MTM emulator as well as of an appropriate TCG Device Driver Library (TDDL).
Open Source Linux driver for wireless network cards (DWL-[G]520+ PCI, DWL-[G]650+ CardBus, GL-2422MP mini-PCI, DWL-120+ USB etc.) which use the entirely undocumented Texas Instruments (TI) ACX100/ACX111 chips, for 2.4.x , 2.6.x to 3.x kernels. FreeBSD: see some other website (FIXME URL got clipped). !! BIG FAT NOTE: development (i.e., driver "releases") is happening in git source repository tree (as of 2011-09-04), thus you're expected to look there (see web site menu Code --> Git) !!
LUnix (little UNIX) is an operating system for the Commodore64 - a famous home computer back in the 80s. It supports TCP/IP networking (SLIP or PPP using a RS232 interface). LUnix aims to look and feel like UNIX.
The Femto OS is a very concise portable preemptive operating system for embedded devices with minimal ram and flash, up to say 16K flash, 1K ram. The main target is the AVR architecture, such as the ATtiny861/461/261 series.
KahelOS is an Arch-based distro that has a desktop and server editions, follows a rolling release schedule, boasts of optimum performance on i686 and x86-64 systems, and has btrfs, nilfs and ext4 filesystems.
Committed to the development of fundamental ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) components for Linux. This includes a generic ACPI table parser, AML interpreter, bus and device drivers, policy, user interface, and support tools.
This Database Test Suite aims to create database workload test kits used to simulate heavy user loads for OLTP, Decision Support, and e-commerce database transactions. These test kits can also be used to gather performance results for Linux and other
FunkOS is an RTOS for 8-32 bit MCUs including AVR, MSP430, and Cortex M3. Both C and C++ kernels avaiable. Key features include preemption, periodic events, device drivers, and mutex/semaphores. Includes a variety of graphics and filesystem middleware. Please also check out FunkOS's big brother, Mark3OS. Mark3OS is slightly larger, but is more scalable, much more feature-rich, and supports a wider variety of devices.
Fast, multi-threaded OS for PCs and 386+ based embedded systems. Runs many DOS, DPMI and Win32 console programs. 100% assembly with segment protection.
Updated Ubuntu Mate OS 64bit (15.10 based)
UUMATE is a respin of Ubuntu Mate (https://ubuntu-mate.org/) The main goal of this project is simple: Just have an updated Ubuntu Mate 64bit ready to install, with full multimedia support, compiz, many extra applications and some cosmetic changes. Many PPAs/Repos already available. Event sounds (minimize, maximize, close, etc...) enabled by default you can enable/disable compiz using "mate-tweak"! No need to download hundred megabytes after installation! Note: To burn the ISO to a USB stick, use "dd" command. In MS Windows use Rufus. This ISO is helpful for people trying to install linux for the first time or coming from windows environment. It has plenty of software pre installed (some are trial/shareware) with full internet and multimedia support. Very useful as live media as well. It has audio/video codecs, flashplayer, java, googletalk, telegram, twitter, etc... Changelog: http://sourceforge.net/p/uumate/blog
Cyber Struggle Linux
Cyber Struggle Linux based on Xubuntu 16.04.1. Preinstalled pentest tools.
An easy to use installer that enables Mac OS X user to install and use linux on their HFS+ formatted iPods in addition to the Apple Supplied OS. Currently supports 1-4G, Mini, and Photo iPods. Installation on Nano and Video possible but not supported.
The openwince project collects free (open source) software tools, modules, applications, drivers, and so on for Windows CE platform developers. Some of the modules are usable outside Windows CE development environment and are platform independent.
!!!Nova Versão 3.0!!! O BRLix é um projeto que visa atender aos usuários de Desktop que possuem dificuldade em utilizar as interfaces gráficas atuais do Linux. Com uma interface já conhecida, e aplicativos que facilitam o trabalho, diminui-s.e a curva de aprendizado e torna-se amigável a utilização de um GNU/Linux por um usuário Leigo. The Brlix is a project to help users who have difficulty using the current Linux graphical interfaces. With an already familiar interface, and applications that facilitate the work, the learning curve is decreased and becomes friendly to use a GNU / Linux for a layman user. Usem, Compartilhem, Discutam, nos dêem feedback! Use, share, Discuss, give us feedback!
colorForth is, in Chuck Moore's own words: "A dialect of Forth that uses color to replace punctuation. Includes its own operating system. Produces extremely compact programs. Instant compile from pre-parsed source."
This project provides a ready to use sd-card image with Debian for IOT2000 as well as a step by step description how to prepare a sd card image with Debian Wheezy and how to build a kernel for iot2000. Have a look at the wiki for additional information.
A from-scratch Linux distro from Greece
Cinux is a Linux based Operating System that formerly came with Xfce as its window manager. It's a distribution built according to the Linux From Scratch manual, but with additional goodies. Default user: root, with empty password
Public Domain Operating System (currently x86 and 80386 and S/370 and S/390)
This is a fix for the Harmon / Hardon iSub for PowerPC Based Macs, 10.5.6-10.5.8
Prex is a portable real-time operating system for embedded systems. The small, reliable and low power kernel is written in C language based on micro kernel design. File system, UNIX process and networking features are provided by user mode tasks.
TORO is demonstrating an innovative operating system by integrating at the same ring level both kernel and the user application server. The threads of the user application server are distributed evenly on all CPUs and running independently in parallel. The memory model chosen is NUMA without pagination. During the initialization, the memory is divided proportionally for each processor installed on the system. When a thread needs memory, the memory allocator returns a free block of memory depending on which CPU the thread is running. In the same way, TORO can dedicate resources to specific processor, i.e. a FileSystem. This only CPU then can access to this instance of FileSystem. The scheduler is based on the cooperative threading model, therefore due to this design, TORO can migrate threads between CPUs and send messages between threads without using any lock instruction. TORO is well suited for integrated system to run at high pace application servers like web servers.
A developmental branch of the Linux/m68k port, supporting older Macintoshes with a Motorola 68020, 030, or 040 CPU and an MMU. This includes most II/LC/Centris/Quadra/Performa-class machines. Check the status page on the project web site for details.
Port of LSX Unix to Elektronika BK-0010 microcomputer.
Library for filesystems intended to be used in embedded projects. The library currently supports FAT12/16/32 reading & writing on SD-cards, and is easily expandable for use with other devices on any platform.