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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 7:06 pm 
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Name: Micron System
Desc: An open source cross-architecture UNIX developed using cross-compilers, targeted architectures including (but not limited to) x86(32, 64), ARM, PowerPC, Mips. Aiming at reducing costs in embedded applications by providing multiple choise of processor types.

Contact: martintang25 AT gmail.com

URL: micron-sysv3.googlecode.com

Status: No release yet, scheduled first release within 2 years, currently under heavy SVN development by Micron System Team, and a rough source line count of 8000+ lines.

We welcome people who can provide us help (both technical and documentary) by providing patches, new suggestions, technical hardware specs etc.

Please add Micron System to OSdev Wiki list, Thanks! :)

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Location: Slovakia
Name: inflater's Portable Operating System, abbreviated and mostly used: "PortixOS"

Description: The name says all, can fit on a single floppy disk, CD-ROM or even harddisks (in future). It's instalation is easiest as there is, you do not need to know anything about partitioning, formatting disk, etc. Can be used to create programs or debug the system, play games, etc. Formerly, PortixOS was 16-bit unreal mode operating system, 32-bit conversion thanks to DexOS team. :)

Kernel type: Hybrid single-tasking, CLI interface at the moment (GUI planned for 0.5)

Contact: curko -=AT=- centrum .:DOT:. sk

URL: www.portixos.tk

Status: Under development

Note: Website pretty old, in September I plan a big update, along with the 32bit version. Less ads on the web, thats my promise, and better design. This "MS Publisher-ish" style is giving me a headache for now on... :lol:

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Location: Greece
OS Name : AsteriOS
Contact: christos [@] mindfields [.] gr
Description: 32-bit written in assembly
Web site (english): http://www.mindfields.gr/main/index.php ... &Itemid=27
Web site (greek): http://www.mindfields.gr/main/index.php ... &Itemid=27

Status: Under development

Features until now v.0.14:
* booting from floppy disk
* 32-bit protected mode
* multitasking support
* GUI (800 x 600 x 16 bpp)
* ps2 keyboard driver
* ps2 mouse driver
* command line
* Greek (system) fonts support

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Name: Yasux (Yet another simple UNIX)
Contact: Yasux Mailinglist (yasux at erudash.de), see homepage
Description: A simple UNIX-Like operating system written from scratch, currently only for x86
Homepage: http://znc.in/~sohalt/yasux/
Status: No release yet. A few tools already work fine on yasux.

I uploaded a floppy disk image and a cdrom image for testing. To test it, do:
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$ wget http://znc.in/~sohalt/files/yasux/yasux.disk.gz -O - | gzip -d > yasux.disk; qemu -fda yasux.disk
Or, if you want to test the iso:
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$ wget http://znc.in/~sohalt/files/yasux/yasux.iso.gz -O - | gzip -d > yasux.iso; qemu -cdrom yasux.iso
Those images contain yasux, GNU GRUB, ammsh and embutils.

We are still searching people interested in developing on yasux. You are always welcome to develop on yasux and send patches to the mailinglist, or ask if you have questions.


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 Post subject: BlueIllusionOS
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 5:59 am 
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Location: Vienna/Austria
Just in case

OS-Type: Micro Kernel on i386; not quite unix - more homebrew stuff with unix influence
User-Interface: cli/gui - configurable
important stuff: tcp/ip stack is under heavy development and debugging; http-server is on its way to be fleshed out more toroughly, as it currently implements just the GET method. The GUI Subsystem in its current state isn't as cool as I want it to be. A machine with BlueIllusionOS - given the interface is configured correctly - responds to ping.

Web: http://www.distantvoices.org/ - click on the BlueIllusionOS LInk and there you are.

stay safe :-)

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Location: Wonsheim, Germany
Name: meinOS
Desc: A x86 unix-like microkernel operating system. It also has multiprocessor support.
Contact: Janosch Gräf <janosch.graef@gmx.net>
URL: http://jgraef.bplaced.net/meinos/
Status: Under development


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EDIT: My OS was renamed, and I now have a new user here in the forum : FunghOS.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 4:48 am 
Name: NeoxOS
Desc: a new OS that will have multimedia support (Xenon) and 3D GUI (Pheonix)
Contact: Eddyb < [url=mailto:edy_burt@yahoo.com]edy_burt@yahoo.com[/url] >
URL: [url=neoxos.no-ip.org]neoxos.no-ip.org[/url] Note: the site is not finished, yet. When I'll finish, I'll move on NeoxOS.org
Status: Under development, now working on video drivers


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Can FstOS be removed? It has been superseded some time ago because it was too impossible, the superseding project will soon be announced. Thanks.


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jeroen wrote:
Can FstOS be removed? It has been superseded some time ago because it was too impossible, the superseding project will soon be announced. Thanks.
Done

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 Post subject: FunghOS - add it please to the OS projects list
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 8:52 am 
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Hi, please, can you add my OS to the List?

OS name : FunghOS
Description : free, open-source, light-weight OS in active development
Web site : funghos.googlecode.com

Notice : This is a rewrite of my old OS, HoubOS. Now the source code will be "prettier" (I hope) and it's Open-source.

Thanx

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Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hi, can you please add my os to the list?

OS Name : GZistem
Contact: gzaloprgm@gzaloprgm.com.ar
Description: A simple 32bits operating system done in C
Web site: http://gzistem.com.ar

Status: Under development

Features:
* booting from floppy (no grub - fat12 formatted)
* 32-bit protected mode
* multitasking (ring0 and ring3 tasks)

Thanks,
Gonzalo

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Both done.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 2:55 pm 
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It is finally time to list my OS project in the list. There appears to be another os project with a very similar name though. I started this project in 2004.
Doors OS is my hobby os project. This will be a multi-tasking 32-bit pmode OS. I am still learning the design stuff for this. I started a website at www.doors-software.com. Let me know what you guys think. I don't have any downloads yet but hopefully I will have some up. But that all depends on how busy this deployment keeps me and how well the internet connection works.

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 Post subject: Re: OS Project list
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My beta 0.2 version of Patricknet is taking longer than i thought. Good to see some people are a head of me


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