Haiku is an open-source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku aims to provide a computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities.
"ArBer Linux", Archlinux Cerberus Edition is a Linux-based distro Archlinux 2015-09-01 which includes the installer from the live media? to install "ArBer Linux" Archlinux Cerberus Edition ("ArBer Linux" A.C.E. to reduce) easily, simply and quickly as possible. also included some pre-installed apps for the immediate start of work on the Internet, with files, text documents, video, music, sound, images, photos, web and graphic design, programming, recording a dvd/cd.
An operating system kernel designed with simplicity, readability, and elegance in mind. No longer written from scratch, but built on "the shoulder of giants." Specifics are given in the CREDITS file starting from v0.04
Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion
[ Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion algorithm in kernel-space of FreeBSD ] | Data & Network Security Lab (DNSL) | Room 501, Floor 5, | Department of Computer Engineering | Sharif University of Technology | Azadi Ave., Tehran, Iran Vahid Khodabakhshi <email@example.com> Vahid Ranjbar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Also see the Acknowledgement file Please send bugs to our e-mail
Provide secure and stable OS, based on highly modified Linux Kernel, own package system, like "BSD Ports". Compatible with x86, Power PC. Easy to use of any level users. Complete Documentantion in many languages. 99% compatible with Windows.
Just like alanine is an essential amino acid needed for protein synthesis, a garbage collector is needed for every modern operating system. AL4nin tries to be that for an L4 based Dylan OS. See design document at http://www.gwydiondylan.org/papers/
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.