Linked by nfeske on Mon 2nd Dec 2013 00:15 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes

The Genode project has released version 13.11 of their OS framework. This time, the focus lies on exploring new ways for bringing existing protocol stacks to the Genode world. FUSE-based file systems and the Linux TCP/IP stack have become available as user-level libraries, and the improved Qt5 port covers QML. Hardware-wise, the new version extends the support for Exynos-5, Raspberry Pi, and ARM TrustZone.

With the release cycle of version 13.11, the Genode developers took the chance to explore plenty of experimental features across the whole software stack.

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I Love This Stuff
by Pro-Competition on Mon 2nd Dec 2013 19:56 UTC
Pro-Competition
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2007-08-20

Another great update from the Genode team!

I love this kind of progress. The FUSE, Linux TCP/IP and QML items are really useful. But my favorites are the "experimental" parts - things like the asynchronous page fault / IRQ concept and dynamic resource balancing.

I can't wait to read about this in more detail, because these are the kinds of things that still get the ones and zeros flowing in my blood!

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