Linked by nfeske on Thu 24th Feb 2011 23:27 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes The just released version 11.02 of the Genode OS Framework pushes its platform support to 8 different kernels. Genode allows the construction of specialized operating systems by combining one of those kernels with a steadily growing number of ready-to-use components. The new platform additions are the support for Fiasco.OC, which is a modern capability-based microkernel, the upgrade to the NOVA hypervisor 0.3, and a custom kernel implementation specifically targeted to softcore CPUs as employed in FPGA-based SoCs. Functionality-wise, Genode 11.02 features the first parts of a new execution environment for running command-line-based GNU software natively on Genode.
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Sorry to say it but...
by vodoomoth on Mon 28th Feb 2011 12:11 UTC
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... this is the best non-editor pure-OS submission I've read on OSnews for about a year. I didn't understand a fifth of it but I can see the construction of the news item and I can only say "bravo!"

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