QDOS

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Web site: (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Motorola 86000 Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Sinclair QDOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 1984 QDOS – the QL operating system. It is a single-user multi-tasking operating system: that is, it provides the means for several independent programs to run concurrently … Read more

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

Phinx Desktop

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Web site: phinxdesktop.co.uk (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: Desktop Desktop environment: Xfce Architecture: x86, x86_64 Based on: PCLinuxOS Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 2012.04 RC2a | April 25, 2012 Phinx Desktop – a LiveCD based on Mandriva, Fedora, PCLinuxOS using a pure XFCE Desktop Environment and only recommend or default … Read more

Contiki

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Web site: www.contiki-ng.org Origin: United Kingdom/Sweden Category: Specialist Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: ARM Based on: Independent Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: active Contiki – an open source operating system that runs on tiny low-power microcontrollers and makes it possible to develop applications that make efficient use of the hardware while providing standardized … Read more

Charm

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Web site: www-os.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/Charm/ (not active) Origin: United Kingdom Category: workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: Grasshopper Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: 1999 Charm – the Charm Operating System is a nano-kernel OS aimed at the support of Orthogonal Persistence. It is the successor of Grasshopper. The system developers aim to … Read more