hOp

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Web site: www.macs.hw.ac.uk/~sebc/hOp/ (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: microkernel Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Media: install The last version | Released: unknown hOp – a microkernel OS based on the Run Time System (RTS) of GHC, an Haskell implementation. By removing the system-specific bits, and just adding a few lines … Read more

Hello

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Web site: www2.ics.hawaii.edu/~esb/prof/proj/hello/ (not active) Origin: USA Category: Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: independent Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: unknown Hello – a prototype operating system in ML standard created at University of Hawaii. ML – Meta Language (originally for the theorem prover LCF) is a class of non-lazy, … Read more

Go! OS

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Web site: goos.sourceforge.net (not active) Origin: unknown Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: unknown Go! OS – an operating system, based on the idea of building an entire Operating System from software components based on CORBA and its ORB that can be replaced … Read more

GEOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Desktop Desktop environment: GUI Architecture: Commodore 64/128/Plus4, Apple II Based on: Independent Wikipedia: GEOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 1986 GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) – an operating system created in 1985 by Berkeley Softworks (later GeoWorks). Initially intended for Commodore 64 computers, for which the … Read more

Geex!

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Web site: www.geex.hpg.ig.com.br (not active) Origin: Brazil Category: Desktop Desktop environment: unknown Architecture: x86 Based on: independent Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: unknown Geex! – the philosophy is to make an OS with a very small footprint, working on old computers, and completely free. The project is still in the process of … Read more