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KolibriOS is an open source operating system with a monolithic preemptive, real-time kernel, video drivers, for 32-bit x86 architecture computers, developed and maintained by The KolibriOS Project Team. KolibriOS is a fork of MenuetOS, written entirely in assembly language.
The Pigeon Mouette BSD project provides a FREE, multi-platform BSD UNIX-like operating system. PmBSD is 'what we think a BSD is' and was totally written from scratch. The only sources stolen by this project were stolen from OpenBSD and are a part of this website and the file sys/queue.h. ... [More]
Metta is a multimedia, mobile, social OS. My goal is to make Metta the platform for social, efficient and fun life on the internet. I call such internet egocentric, because it revolves around your needs and desires. Be free!
The Test Operating System (TOS) is developed during the class Advanced Operating System at SFSU by students of the program of Master of Science in Computer Science. The operating system runs using bochs, an emulator of x86 hardware.
Ostin project is based on (and is developed in loose coordination with) KolibriOS. It offers strict code formatting and commenting guidelines as well as proper documentation. While Kolibri is mostly developed by Russian/ex-USSR community, Ostin tries to be as much international as possible. Ostin ... [More]
BabbNET Network Operating System is a hobby operating system focused around the use of Ethernet networks as opposed to conventional direct access to hard drive and other hardware via the kernel. Everything is sent out in the form of network packets to the kernel and its drivers.
SimpleOSSimple, yet ingenious.SimpleOS is a x86 operating system and set of tools loosely based on POSIX. SimpleOS aims to keep things simple. We think that most OS's are too complicated we try to keep things small, simple and efficient. You can view (some of) the kernels built in ... [More]
Dragon is an operating system intended to allow ease-of-use to both the programmers and end-users of the OS. It's goal is to support multiple architectures and support everything that operating system's today have & support.