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.
xinco [eXtensibe INformation COre] is a powerful Web-Service based Information and Document Management System (DMS) for files, text, URLs and contacts, featuring ACLs, versioning, full text search, an FTP-like client (easy install, J2EE+MySQL/PostgreSQL)
The FDOS Operaing System is 100% written in Assembler (NASM). It supports FAT 12, TSR and a small Multi Kernel System. The source is very good documentated (only in English). A German, russian and English Documentation (about 40 pages) are included.
Development of a mainframe system
Minerva's primary goal is security. To allow all users to feel safe and secure but have the freedom to do what ever they want. We also want a fast easy way to bring every linux and windows o/s together.
The extensor, is a assembly of programs and independent libs (- nostdinc) at the moment for DJGPP, but thought for others GCC-i386. By means of this kit it is possible to construct a operating systems or a program boot from the BIOS (i386 embedded syste
Graphical OS Kernel compiled with gcc 4.6.1 and nasm 2.09.08