Contiki OS, “a highly portable, modern, open source, Internet-enabled operating system and desktop environment for very constrained systems,” has been ported to the x86 platform. Previously able to run on only much smaller platforms, such as Atari, Gameboy, and Commodore, this is good news for developers interested in researching the OS.
Contiki ported to x86
Submitted by Innominandum 2003-08-07 OS News 9 Comments
I am still pumped about the C=64 webserver! I load this thing on my emulator a few months ago it is really impressive.
I wish I still had m commodore 64. If I did I’d probably make the ethernet card and set it up as a web server, just so I could tell people that I have a C64 web server. The streaming audio server is cool too.
Just another bright evidence : we don’t need your stinkin’ 18 Ghhz PeeCee..
wow you are a moron. there arent any 18 ghz “PeeCees”. next time when you try and make fun of someone make sure that type in the correct information instead of making yourself look like an ass.
Go get a brain. I love old computers, and clever people (obviously you aren’t) give’em a new life, and prove everiday how vain is all the megahertz hype.
Get it now, stupid?
SCO has just announced that all Contiki users will have to pay 50 cents!
Contiki Fried OS. Digit lickin’ good.
I ought to try out this contiki thing. But the webserver stuff is rather uninteresting to me.
It has a small, portable TCP/IP stack written in C. That actually sounds like something the AROS people could use.