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Real-time, modular, microkernel-based operating system under development for i386. The first goal is to support 32-bit DOS protected mode applications made with DJGPP as well as native applications.39 weekly downloads
Android, DOS, FirefoxOS, Linux, MacOS and Windows all in one..3 weekly downloads
Perix is a MS-DOS compatible program, capable of running without an underlining OS. It is written in Turbo Pascal and Assembly. All parts of system are distributed under terms of the GNU General Public License v2.1 weekly downloads
FreeOS/1 is a Free, Open Source, FreeDOS based Free and Open Source Alternative OS, with open source Microsoft Windows compatibility using HXDOSExtender KernelEx,and ReactOS source code. FreeOS/1 will include new technologies and will be easy to use1 weekly downloads
Tesoro is an open source operating system project fully written in x86 Assembler language. The architecture is partially based on some QNX ideas and some fresh ideas. It combines low level assembler coding (e.g. microkernel with extremely fast task switch1 weekly downloads
A collection of dozens of entertaining educational programs. Optionally bootable from Floppy, CD, or USB. Only the open source portions of FUZOMA are hosted on Sourceforge. Visit the Project Homepage for the full version of FUZOMA.
Aim is to be a DOS operating system clone written in PASCAL and compiled using either Borland Turbo Pascal 5.5 and / or Microsoft Quick Pascal 1.00 and /or Free Pascal
Perix is a free public domain MS-DOS compatible operating system written in Turbo Pascal and Assembly. Multi tasking, parallel data transfer and extended memory support. All parts of system are distributed under terms of the GNU license.
A portable BASIC in the style of Microsoft 6502 BASIC (especially the Apple ][+ variant), with influence from GW-BASIC and Atari BASIC among others, with enhanced features, written in C for portability to computers large and small.