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Pardus is a GNU/Linux distribution developed by BTE/TUBITAK according to computer literates' basic desktop needs; uses existing distributions' dominant parts as concept, architecture or code; provides easy use, configuration, installation with configuration environment and tools that can be converted to an autonomous system.
The goal of the Syllable project is to create a family of easy-to-use free software operating systems. It is the continuation of the BeOS-like AtheOS. Syllable Desktop has its own C kernel with symmetric multiprocessing, multithreaded pre-emptive multitasking, high POSIX compliancy, 64-bit ... [More]
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]
NexusOS is a Open Source Unix-like Operating system for x86/i386 systems that is right now in pre-alpha/alpha stage. It will have a C++ GUI and and has C and Intel syntax ASM kernel. It uses GCC and NASM as well as make, bash, and ld for building.
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.
Hybrid is a kernel being developed with an emphasis on design and portability. It is largely implemented in C/C++, with a small amount of assembly. The kernel is built on top of elklib.
The dyncall library project provides a clean and portable C interface to dynamically issue foreign function calls using small call kernels written in assembly. Instead of providing code for every bridged function call, which unnecessarily results in code bloat, only a modest number of instructions are used to invoke all calls.