Resea [ríːseə] is a microkernel-based operating system written from scratch. It aims to provide an attractive developer experience and be hackable: intuitive to understand the whole design, easy to customize the system, and fun to extend the functionality.
- A pure microkernel with x86_64 (SMP) support
- Simple storage server (kvs)
- TCP/IP server
- Some device drivers (PS/2 keyboard, e1000 network card, and text-mode screen)
Road Map in 2020
- GUI server
- Kernel-level handles like IPC Gate in Fiasco (L4)
- RISC-V support
- Rust in userland
We accept bug reports, feature requests, and patches on GitHub.