Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Nov 2006 19:52 UTC, submitted by jello
OSNews, Generic OSes "Tabos is a new operating system, at this stage of development aimed to run on Intel's x86 platform. Although it is our first try in creating a runable, modern OS, it seems that we are on the right way. We decided to develop a modular monolithic kernel with module loading support, using x86 platform features to achieve this goal: multitasking, paging, virtual memory, dma, pci, acpi are yet to be implemented."
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Not bad - try MonaOS too...
by latte on Sun 26th Nov 2006 23:58 UTC
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MonaOS is *definitely* worth a look too.

Very open license (MIT), quite small (~5Mb) and fast, not a *nix or Win clone and written in C++.

**Very** nice graphically too.

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RE: Not bad - try MonaOS too...
by jal_ on Mon 27th Nov 2006 14:10 in reply to "Not bad - try MonaOS too... "
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**Very** nice graphically too.

Doesn't it look like a BeOS clone?

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