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open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system
osj = yourOs + java; // tuned and running.
picoTux is a small, Linux-based operating system that comes with a web management console. Its main objective is to be user friendly. You can install "addins" into picoTux that adds various functionality, such as a game server or web server.
Python Light Weight Linux Monitoring System.
administration tool for getting/changing linux 2.6 scsi log level in an user-friendly way1 weekly downloads
Serasera is an open source project library created to be modular. It is supposed to convert DSP signals in IEEE 802.16 protocol. The library is intended to be used by Wireless Ethernet HUB/Router providers. Along with the library, the web site project wi
Short interrupt latency OS for AVR microcontrollers
A linux kernel module and supporting user space environment which allow interception and modifying system calls that match user defined criteria. Think of it as strace on steroids.1 weekly downloads
This is a multiprocessing operating system for architectures with at least 16-bit address space, requiring no special hardware.
A portable BASIC in the style of Microsoft 6502 BASIC (especially the Apple ][+ variant), with influence from GW-BASIC and Atari BASIC among others, with enhanced features, written in C for portability to computers large and small.
x86Boot allows the creation of applications that are executed in place of the operating system and it is mainly based on the use of the BIOS services. The main goal is the use of old PC without the overload given by a big OS.