Sources: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:rene/tempos.git
TempOS = TempOS is an educational and multi purpose Operating System TempOS was born for an undergraduate work and has it's your main goal to be not only another Operating System, but a complete toolkit designed to help students on their O.S. courses. TempOS it's under a true development stage, which means that it's not complete functional yet. The parts currently done are: - Multiboot implementation to Boot TempOS with GRUB - Page system working with 4Kb pages - Re-allocable kernel to 3GB on virtual space - A simple memory manager - A simple keyboard driver - A simple serial driver - IRQ system with shared IRQs support - Alarm timers - A poor video (text mode) driver - System calls support - Generic ATA driver - Kernel Multithreading
TempOS was born as an undergraduate project designed by Renê de Souza Pinto (computer engineering student) at University of São Paulo - USP, at São Carlos, from Brazil. The principal goal it's build a O.S. as a toolkit to help students at their O.S. courses, providing a real and not so complex project that students can put their hands on, understanding the principles and theories of Operating Systems in a pratical way.
TempOS was written by Renê de Souza Pinto and supervised by the PhD professor Francisco José Monaco, at University of São Paulo - USP, from São Carlos - Brazil. Author E-mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://renesp.com.br (in portuguese) PhD professor: Francisco José Monaco email@example.com http://www.icmc.usp.br/~monaco
- kernel: Source code of the kernel.
- rootfs: Root file system (files, directories, scripts, etc).
- apps: Applications to run on TempOS.