Miray has announced to show their realtime OS µnOS (‘mu-nano-OS’) running on Genesi’s Open Desktop Workstation at the Systems 2005 fair for IT specialists in Munich, Germany. From the mission statement of this microkernel OS: “It is the goal to make µnOS available to the largest number of hardware platforms. A portable, scalable and real-time capable architecture should be delivered, which should make possible the usage of µnOS in embedded systems as well as in desktop computers up to servers.”
Miray To Show µnOS Running on Genesi’s ODW
2005-10-19 OS News 11 Comments
Interesting…does this OS have GUI?
Realtime? Can someone explain if this term means something different than what I think it obviously means.
I can’t think of many OS’s where one click to open a document and you have to wait until sunday when all Document-Opening tasks are batch processed.