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Barebox (formerly known as u-boot-v2) is a bootloader that inherits the best of U-Boot and the Linux kernel: The size and look-and-feel of u-boot, with driver model and lots of design concepts from the Linux kernel.
Raison d'êtreThis project aims making an emulator using D language. I started it in order to practice D, use D features and learn about the PSP hardware and software. It pretends to be a simple but somehow pretty-fast interpreted implementation. It also aims to spread over the world that D is a ... [More]
L4Ka::Pistachio is the latest L4 microkernel developed by the System Architecture Group at the University of Karlsruhe in collaboration with the DiSy group at the University of New South Wales, Australia. It is the first available kernel implementation of the L4 Version 4 kernel API (currently ... [More]
An embedded home automation project making use of an ADSL Livebox re-purposed with additional hardware and custom built firmware. Everything is written C with LUA as a scripting language. It makes use of xAP as the automation GLUE that couples services together.
Yasux ("Yet another simple UNIX") is yet another simple UNIX written from scratch. Its aim is to be a Single UNIX Specification compliant operating system being simple, small in its size and having a source which is easy to understand. This is not achieved by keeping features away, but by ... [More]
SLIND is Small LINux Distribution - a distribution for embedded systems, supporting varios platforms.
OpenBricks is an enterprise-grade embedded Linux framework that provides easy creation of custom distributions for industrial embedded devices. It features a complete embedded development kit for rapid deployment on x86, ARM, PowerPC and MIPS systems with support for industry leaders. Pick your ... [More]
IronBabel is a universal emulation platform; that is, IronBabel is intended to run anywhere and run anything. To achieve this, IronBabel is implemented using .NET technology, primarily Nemerle.