I am currently working on spliting keow into user and kernel processes. This is to allow support for gdb and to allow better signal handling.
I expect this process to take several weeks, so there will be no new releases for a while.
This release adds support for mounting windows drive letters and also contains initial /proc support.
Some people are wondering what makes keow unique.
Keow processes run as Windows processes, using windows files and resources. This is unlike qemu,vmware and colinux, which require a dedicated seperate block of memory and disk to operate from.
Keow is more like cygwin. However the difference is that keow runs actual linux programs - you don't have to use specially re-compiled versions (other than they must be i386 versions).... read more
The first public release of keow was released today.