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TouchOS is a 16-bit PC operating system written entirely in x86 assembler. It features rudimentary DOS compatibility, and is intended as a learning tool for those interested in assembler and basic OS design.
Turtle OS is an Unix-like OS. It aims to be open source, secure, high performing and portable.
This project aims to have a centralized location for a patch set that contains patches for United Linux. These patches will implement a subset of the Carrier Grade Linux (http://www.osdl.org/projects/cgl/) standard.
Our mission is to explore and develop new operating system concepts aimed at producing a more efficient computing environment where both the machine and user time are taken in consideration.
Our mission is to explore and develop new operating system concepts; to redefine the architecture while using assembly language for most of the underlying architecture.
Similar to fuse, this allows userspace processes to manage a virtual block device in Linux.
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
Moved to kernel-demystified.com
Experimental Virtual Machine written in C with portability in mind and associated toolchain (assembler, linker, ...).
Venom Operating System. A protected mode kernel for i386+ PC's. Designed for games and multimedia.
VSPMS is the "Very Simple Project Management System", which is a cross-platform set of shell tools and aliases to establish and share project environment variables, aliases, documentation, and setup procedures.
A 64 bit small operating system kernel running under x86_64 platform, written mostly in C++.
Wings is an OS for the 65816, in particular the C64 SCPU.
XCAST6 is an implementation of XCAST over IPv6. XCAST is a new, flexible scheme for multicast suitable for a very large number of groups. Goal of this project is implementing XCAST6 completely on Linux.
Implementation of virtual threads for the XS-1. Currently a simple context switching implementation for the XMOS XS-1 architecture (Gn, Ln products). Allows a user to run low speed processes on a single thread using time sliced scheduling.
Yamit - Scalable, Portable and High Performance POSIX complaint OS. Microkernel based Operating System designed for tightly or loosely coupled multiprocessor hardware.
Yet another OS
An operating system aiming towards distribution by being a low level VM for object-oriented languages featuring introspection. Pending rewrite to meet new goals. The old kernel is available in SVN for reference.
Zagros OpenSource Operating System.
Zero is a secure, fast, desktop Linux distribution for advanced users with Athlon XPs.
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
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Quick, simple, intuitive, powerul UNIX system management solution.
bsdMyAdmin is a project to have a web administration interface like the popular Webmin but with a minimalist approach and dedicated to BSD systems like FreeBSD.
The BSDBook Project is an effort at documenting the internals and the interface to the FreeBSD Kernel. This includes parts such as the File Systems, VM Subsystem, Device Drivers, KLDs etc. Routines used inside the kernel will be documented.