Blue Jay

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Web site: bluejay.xtreemhost.com Origin: unknown Category: Others Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: MikeOS Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 0.50 | October 1, 2012 Zobacz po polsku: Blue Jay Blue Jay – a very small in size operating system, written in assembler, and based on MikeOS and MikeBASIC ported by … Read moreBlue Jay

RISC iX

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Web site: (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: Workstation Desktop environment: TUI Architecture: Arcon Archimedes (ARM) Based on: UNIX Wikipedia: RISC iX Media: Install The last version | Released: 1993 RISC iX – the Acorn’s version of Unix. Unlike Arthur and RISC OS, RISC iX was a true multitasking operating system. RISC iX was released … Read moreRISC iX

NOS/VE

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Supercomputer Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: CDC 180 series Based on: Kronos Wikipedia: NOS/VE Media: Install The last version | Released: ? | May 2009 NOS/VE – a proprietary operating system of CDC in close relation to the well-renowned MULTICS operating system of MIT. It is a virtual memory … Read moreNOS/VE

NOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Supercomputer Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: CDC 6000 Based on: Kronos Wikipedia: NOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 2.x | 1982 NOS (Network Operating System) – a proprietary, time-sharing operating system written by Control Data Corporation in the 1970s. NOS is capable of several concurrent processing modes, … Read moreNOS

SAX OS

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Web site: bitbucket.org/danielbarry/saxoperatingsystem Origin: unknown Category: Others Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: MikeOS Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: 2.0.2 | September 27, 2014 Zobacz po polsku: SAX OS SAX OS ($AX Operating System) – an experiment to show if an Operating System (OS) can be both small and provide a … Read moreSAX OS