C System Programming
The kernel is designed for embedded systems and currently
features a file system, memory allocator, and core kernel facilities
such as exec, fork, exit, and scheduler. There is much work to be
done so feel free to download the code and make contributions.
The system currently consists of 28,580 lines of code.
The system was designed similar to the original Linux kernel
version 0.1, and was developed by one person, Roger G. Doss, PhD.
It is covered under the GNU Public License (GPL) and utilizes
some source codes from the original Linux, as well as GazOS.
The book "Operating Systems Design and Implementation" and Minix
by Dr. Tanenbaum were also inspirational.