Web site: github.com/Zeal-Operating-System/ZealOS
Origin: unknown
Category: Desktop
Desktop environment: TUI
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: TempleOS
Media: Live
The last version | Released: active

ZealOS – a modernized fork of the 64-bit Temple Operating System. Guiding principles of development include transparency, full user control, and adherence to public-domain/open-source implementations.

ZealOS strives to be simple, documented, and require as little of a knowledge gap as possible. One person should be able to comprehend the entire system in at least a semi-detailed way within a few days of study.

Features in development include:
– 32-bit color VBE graphics
– Fully-functional AHCI support
– Network card drivers and a networking stack
– UEFI booting via BSD2-licensed Limine bootloader and Public Domain ZealBooter prekernel

Changes include:
– 60 FPS
– VBE graphics with variable resolutions
– Reformatted code for readability
– Added comments and documentation
– HolyC -> ZealC
– System-wide renaming for clarity

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