800 operating systems

The ArchiveOS.org service is online and active over 5 years now, and shares work of many developers of open source and/or freeware distributions/operating systems, to never forget about them. We already reached a number of 800 operating systems of Linux, BSD, Solaris, DOS and other, independent developed, and we will be added next ones as … Read more

Digital UNIX


Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Server, Workstation Desktop environment: CDE Architecture: Mach Based on: BSD Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: 5.1 (?) | 2001 (?) Digital UNIX (previously: OSF/1 or DUNIX) – a 64-bit advanced kernel architecture based on Mach V2.5 kernel design with components from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) … Read more



Web site: uni-giessen.de/faq/archiv/ibm-rt-faq.aos/msg00000.html (not active) Origin: USA Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: RISC 32bit Based on: BSD Wikipedia: Media: The last version | Released: 1987 ? AOS (Academic Operating System) was IBM’s version of UNIX 4.3BSD for the IBM RT (RISC Technology Personal Computer). Academic institutions were offered as an alternative to AIX, the … Read more



Web site: (not active) Origin: Russia (Soviet Union) Category: Server Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: Motorola 68020, PDP-11, CM 1700, XT Clones Based on: BSD Wikipedia: DEMOS Media: Install The last version | Released: 3.0 ? | May 1983 ? DEMOS / Демос (Dialogovaya Edinaya Mobilnaya Operatsionnaya Sistema / Диалоговая Единая Мобильная Операционная Система) – a … Read more



Web site: gnustep.org/resources/OpenStepSpec/OpenStepSpec.html Origin: USA Category: Desktop Desktop environment: Architecture: x86 (IA-32), PA-RISC, SPARC Based on: UNIX Wikipedia: OpenStep Media: Install The last version | Released: OpenStep – an object-oriented operating system that uses any modern operating system as its core. Mainly created by NeXT. NeXT Computer Inc, and Sun Microsystems Inc. teamed up in … Read more