Welcome to ARNUX : Open Source Embedded Linux Project. First Turkish embedded Linux distro. An operating system both embedded and console based. Sponsored by ARDIC (Applied Research Development Innovation Center) http://www.ardictech.com
OpenOS is an implementation of the ASAAC software standard to execute ASAAC applications. In case of any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GPL source and toolchain for ASUSTOR NAS
ATOS is a lightweight real-time operating system. It supports pre-emptive scheduling and intertask communication in embedded systems.
A Trivial Operating System for 8051 (ATOS51). ATOS51 is a trivial operating system for 8051 microcontroller. As its name, it provides only multitasking feature.
A pre-emptive operating system for Atmel AVR 8-bit microcontrollers featuring queues, semaphores, a flash fileystem and high level peripheral device drivers.
AVR32-FreeRTOS project is dedicated to the port of the FreeRTOS real-time kernel to the Atmel AVR32 32-bit AT32AP700x processor familly . For uc3 version port of the FreeRTOS, please check www.freertos.org !
Simple AVR OS
An Embedded System simple Operating System Framework that allows rapid development of applications build for AVR family but can be ported to other architectures easily enough. System is Round-Robin Co-operative multitasking. Supports: UART, SysTick Timer, ADC, SPI, EEPROM, PWM. Also supports: Xilinx FPGA configuration, FPGA SSI interface, smart card reader etc. Tested partially (different modules in each case) on ATMega163/16/32/323/8. Additionally tools for converting FPGA bitstreams to C table are provided.
AWOS: The Universal Operating System.
Lightweight Slackware modification. Desktop-centric applications built on up-to-date libraries and easy on hardware resources. Kinda Slackware without lots of work to start out...
Abstract Character Device Driver, may be used for fast implementing user-space device drivers for test purposes or working with non time critical devices. It's allow use device's I/O ports or memory areas directly, through standard device spec. files.
AcOS is an acronym for Assembly Constructed Operating System. As the name suggests AcOS is written in the assembly programming language and written for the Intel i386+ and compatible range of processors. Still in early development
Ace is a micro kernel for developers and researchers. The main goal is to create a very light and compact kernel from scratch with modern OS research concepts.
Achelous is attempt to clone Mac OS X for the Intel X86 Chipset. There are currently two teams working on the project: the Kernel team and the GUI team.
Acquaintance OS aims to be a lightweight Linux distribution based off of OpenSUSE. Remember, don't be fooled by the OpenSUSE branding, this project is very different from OpenSUSE, software-wise and goal-wise.
ADQ is a set of linux kernel queuing disciplines based on buffer management and scheduling that supports delay guarantee w/o hard-limiting the traffic volumn the apps can generate. It also enforces link-sharing between different traffic classes.
AO RTOS is small real time OS based on Active Object concurrency model
AO-RTOS is a pure object-oriented small footprint real-time operating system for embedded devices. The project is using Active Object (or Actor) concurrency model and finite state machine (FSM) design template as implementation base.
This project builds tested Adaptec iSCSI driver patches against the latest linux vanilla kernels for both 2.4 and 2.5. These drivers are based upon pre-existing released Adaptec iSCSI drivers for Red Hat kernels.
A tool you can use on UNIX system, for your administration
The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture is composed of several parts: sound driver, sound library and sound utilities and tools. The aim of this project is to offer a complete audio solution for the Linux operating system.
Advanced Real-Time Linux (ART-Linux) is a hard real-time kernel developed with robotics applications in mind. Real-Time is accessible from user level and does not require special device drivers. 10 micro-second periodic execution is possible on a PII
The Advanced XIP File System is a Linux kernel filesystem driver that enables files to be executed directly from flash or ROM memory rather than being copied into RAM.
A new advanced customizable graphic menu multi boot and OS loader based on XOSL project with gujin project features, this project integrate too a mini OS to provide certain customizable specialized maintenance tasks before boot partition/load OS target.
AVOS is an advanced Real-Time 32-bit operating system that will work in any 80386 & above architecture pc's. AVOS employs a message passing scheme. The project has two main parts - The booting phase and kernel development. It is written in C and 8086 ASM.