Arctic OS is a partially experimental operating environment. It's main purpose is to take advantage of newer Intel technologies and try to spin a new perspective on the way kernel's are designed.
The project is under the M.I.T. license and is open for developers to contribute to. ...
The goal is to create what unix would be if it were to be engineered right now.
Chimera is an open-source IA64 (Itanium2) instruction disassembler written in C.
- Eternal Mustard
Eternal Mustard is a hobby OS without a real purpose,
I'm currently programming it becouse i'm interested in low level stuff.
- FORGE Operating System
The FORGE Operating System is an operating system based off the ideas and experience gained through working on the Pedigree Project (http://www.pedigree-project.org).
We target x86-32 and the BeagleBoard at the moment, and an x86-64 port is planned. FORGE is entirely written in C and assembly, and will use Python for any scripting that may be required....
NautilusOS is a small x86 monolithic kernel written in FASM and C. The projects goal is to get myself a better understanding of the computer internals. There are no plans to work on any kind of GUI at the moment.
This project is home to QuokForge itself. File bugs, feature requests, or support tickets for the QuokForge service here. You can also get help with QuokForge (via the QuokForge wiki) or download code for any released QuokForge tools here.
ReBochs is a complete rewrite (from scratch) of the Bochs PC Emulator.
The code is currently in Alpha Testing.
The program simulates the hardware and software of a PC for the purpose of Operating System debugging.
- RS-232 Gateway
A hardware project that allows 8 RS-232 ports to be routed on-the-fly. Planned features includes KVM switching for serial equipment, debugging multiple computers over a single cable, modem emulation and networking.
- Synergy OS
Synergy is a new operating system with the goal of bringing together all computers into a perfect cloud; sharing processing power and data storage, whilst still giving each user full control over their individual privacy and their data.
The Synergy platform will use a Java-like managed language and runtime to enable cross-platform support, and to allow the power of all machines to be harnessed to their best advantage. A key goal of this language is to make support for threading commonplace amongst user-land programs, in order to harness the power of emerging multi-core machines....
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