Cobalt ROM source code - x86 BIOS replacement for Cobalt hardware
NedoPC SDK is a set of development cross-tools (compilers/emulators) to develop system and user software (and hardware) for some old home minicomputers and new "homebrew" hobbyist-friendly computers (including development of that kind of computers)
Working with microprocessors is one of the most creative, challenging and rewarding areas of electronic and software engineering. Open-USB-IO makes learning this process fun and easy.
A Virtual Machine based on a Simplified Instructional Computer (SIC). The Machine will emulate all the hardware of a SIC and will be able to run any program that is written for the SIC as described by Leland L.Beck in his book "System Software"
This is a collection of libraries contained : Shared memory allocation, configuration script processor, containers (trees, lists, queues, stacks), file system abstraction, network library, timers/threads, Image library, Display libraries, and more.
Tools around the Scenix 48/52 series microcontrollers
C64/65/128 networking software for FreeBSD, Linux, Amiga, Solaris, BeOS and Windows.
fast single-privilege single-address-space preemptive-multithreading persistent data-centric secure multiuser operating system with safe-language and reconfigurable graphical interface
An operating system written in RTL
The Controlix operating system is written in RTL and is designed to be modular, synchronous, distributed, verifiable and retargetable.
Cryogen is an experimental, distributed operating system.
Cytrun Linux Secure Server is a distribution based on Slackware. It includes LIDS - Linux Intrusion Detection System, enhances the kernel's security by implementing Mandatory Access Control (MAC)
DOG is an alternative to COMMAND.COM, better and smaller.
The ELF-Encrypter program suite is a collection of programs to encrypt your ELF binaries using various algorithms. GnuPG is required in order to use some encryption techniques. The suite also contains programs to inject code into ELF binaries.
EMOS is a real-time embedded operating system core derived/upgraded from ucOS/II; EMOS is a realtime embedded operating system derived from ucOS-II v2.0, with many modifications, But the core idea is the same;
The Fecundity Project has the purpose of creating a streamlined AMD64 based Operating System. We will hopefully create a stable and secure operating environment, and to investigate orthogonal persistence.
This was originally an OSdev group, but since as members disbanded, I'm continuing to provide various implemenatitions of software, hardware, operating systems, libraries, and some stuff related to math and physics.
The FreeDO project has MOVED to http://www.freedo.org, and is close to beta. An alpha is currently being internally tested. The project is no longer open-source. Please direct your browsers to http://www.freedo.org for the latest updates.
GEL is a collection of embedded libraries and examples for 68HC11 and 68HC12 microcontrollers. It provides various embedded libraries like: - a small libc - an event driven library - LCD 128x64 graphical library - robot library
GTCop Professional Security Appliance aims to provide a powerful tool for satellite communications, with enhanced QoS and bandwidth controls. As derived from IPCop Firewall, it is a stable, secure, easy to configure and maintain GNU/Linux firewall box.
K-OS is an open-source realtime-operating-system based on the OSEK/VDX standard aimed at compiler and microcontroller independence. Currently we support Motorola (Freescale) HC12/HCS12/HCS12X targets.
The intention of the project is to bring the LFN and FAT32 support into the FreeDOS operation system.
It is an opensource programer MCU51 chips family (i.e. 8051, 8052...) and i2c eeproms (i.e. 24c01...), programer accepts input file in Intel Hex file format and with pc comunicate via rs232.
LinksOS is an effort to create a modern operating system for desktop and development usage.
The original project developers have moved to: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/evros A new attempt will be started here, but don't expect anything for a while.
We provide a mechanism to trace the NPTL Library as few intrusive as possible for the application dynamics. The post-mortem analysis then allows measurements (contension,...) and understanding of hangs or bugs. No change in kernel or user application.