Linked by Steffen Liebergeld on Thu 13th Jul 2006 17:26 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes DROPS is the educational operating system of the Dresden University of Technology, Germany (TU-Dresden). Its name is an acronym for Dresden Real-Time Operating System, which reveals its strongest feature, it is real-time capable and it is designed with security in mind. Its homepage can be found here. Note: This is the 4th entry to our Alternative OS Contest which runs through 14th July!
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L4 rocks!
by ebasconp on Fri 14th Jul 2006 05:02 UTC
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2006-05-09

Hi:

This is a very well written article: It describes the functionality of DROPS, gives a short but clear idea of the microkernels and L4, shows the integration to Linux and mentions the problems that they are still having.

I like a lot the L4 family (Fiasco, Pistachio, etc.) and I think it will be very important in the next years when the monolithic kernels will become harder and harder to maintain.

Excellent article, congratulations Steffen.


Ernesto

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