MiNT

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Web site: freemint.github.io Origin: World Category: Desktop Desktop environment: TUI Architecture: Atari ST, ARAnyM, Amiga Based on: Unix-like Wikipedia: MiNT Media: Install The last version | Released: active MiNT/FreeMiNT (“MiNT is Now TOS”) – a free alternative operating system for Atari ST and its successors. Together with other free components such as fVDI (device drivers), … Read more

MDOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: unknown Category: workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Texas TMS9995 Based on: independent Wikipedia: MDOS Media: Install The last version | Released: unknown MDOS (short for Myarc Disk Operating System) – an operating system commercialized by Myarc. It was designed and implemented specifically for the Geneve 9640 by Paul Charlton. MDOS … Read more

iS-DOS

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Web site: trd.speccy.cz (not active) Origin: Russia Category: Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: ZX Spectrum clones Based on: unknown Wikipedia: iS-DOS Media: Install Floppy The last version | Released: 1992 iS-DOS – an operating system for Russian ZX Spectrum-compatible home computers. Developed in the early 1990s (1990-92) by Iskra Soft from Leningrad. Supports floppy disks … Read more

IDEDOS

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Web site: singularcrew.hu/idedos/ Origin: Hungary Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Commodore Based on: Independent Wikipedia: IDEDOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 1996 IDEDOS – a disk management operating system written in 6502 and 65816 assembly for the Commodore 64 and SuperCPU64, which controls the IDE64 interface card. The IDE64 interface cartridge is … Read more

EmuTOS

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Web site: emutos.sourceforge.io Origin: world Category: Desktop Desktop environment: GEM Platform: Atari, Amiga Based on: Independent Wikipedia: EmuTOS Media: Install The last version | Released: active EmuTOS – a free operating system for computers based on Motorola 680×0 or ColdFire microprocessors. It features functionality similar to TOS, which powered the Atari ST and its successors … Read more