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This project aims to make GNU/Linux really usable in the LGPL SPARCv8 processor called LEON.
An Object Oriented Operating System written in C++
MenuetOS is a fully 32 bit assembly written graphical operating system. Menuet supports 32 bit x86 assembly programming as a faster and smaller system footprint. Menuet has no unix roots and the basic system is meant to be a clean asm based structure.
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.
FIRNix is a collaborative effort between students and professors of FIR to develop in C/C++ a robust, full-featured and Open Source out-of-the- box Unix-like Operation System based initially on Minix and progressively improve your functionality."
"This project aims to translate the Linux Kernel menus and helps from English to Brazilian Portuguese (pt_BR). The work is based in the patch provided by the tlktp (The Linux Kernel Translation Project).
!!!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!26 weekly downloads