23.10.2010 - Aprom: Description |
Aprom is a weird, modular 32bit OS.
Tightly bound design, roughly microkernel.
Been in development every now and then over the past decade.
A spontaneous fusion of a large algorithms library.
No specific goals or release plans.
Something i'm working on for fun every now and then.
If you can think of a good use for it, please comment below.
|Where I can find the source code for this OS ? Or it is proprietary?|
14.12.2017 16:17 - Open
|Hi fellows. I´m talking from Brazil.
Is this OS MULTI-CORE ? I saw it is multitask, but i would like to know if you can distribute te execution on different cores on a Multi-Core processor. Is it possible ?
07.09.2017 16:06 - Fernando
|Nice! I like the sine wave - it's about the only bit my OS does.|
04.12.2015 17:59 - User:bellezzasolo
|Curious little OS - well done!|
17.10.2015 23:49 - Electron826
|Hey! this'd be a nice and portable little OS for microcontroller development board clusters... i could easily see this working well for something like a medium scale arduino cluster... or maybe 8085 clusters... low demand switching... composite caching... yeah i could totally see this work... would require a crap ton of nodes to actually get the gui to work smoothly, but i think it could be done.|
26.04.2014 07:04-Aditya S. Chanda
|Wow. It looks simply amazing!|
|Nice OS! I wouldn't say it's weird, everyone has it's one way of doing things! Anyway to me it just looks functional and unique. GOOD LUCK!|
|Hello from russia! Your os is very nice!=)|
We added this in russian os-wiki.
30.11.2010 12:00-Sergey Chumakow
|I think it is very advanced. I am trying to write my own os. Good luck!|
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