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Other Operating Systems

Developers keep making operating systems to call their own. Maybe out of pure vanity we take pride of their programs or set of inter-related programs as an OS. The following list is in alphabetical order.

2/OS:

2/OS is a desktop environment for MS-DOS, compatible with Unix and Win32 applications. It runs on an i386 with 8 MB of RAM. There is a Lite version that only needs 4 MB of RAM.

AROS Research Operating System:

AROS Research Operating System is portable and free of charge desktop environment aiming at being compatible with AmigaOS for FreeBSD or Linux. It runs on at least 700 MHz with floating-point unit (FPU) and 256 MB of RAM.

Icaros Desktop 1.3.1 with Amiga 68K integration

Atari Running on Any Machine:

ARAnyM (Atari Running on Any Machine) is a virtual machine that can run 32-bit emulation of Atari ST, TT030 and Falcon including TOS, FreeMiNT, MagiC and applications for M68k microprocessor and Graphical Environment Manager (GEM).

EmuTOS:

EmuTOS is replacement for Atari TOS with GEM as its GUI. It supports the Atari Coldfire Project, also known as FireBee, which is an Atari computer clone.

Graphic Environment Operating System (8-bit):

GEOS (8-bit) or Graphic Environment Operating System (8-bit) is an 8-bit OS for Commodore 64 and other MOS Technology 6502 computers with a GUI that resembled Mac OS 5.x developed by Berkeley Softworks in 1986 (then GeoWorks, now Breadbox).

GeOS Commodore 64 (This is a screenshot of
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                from geoWrite for the Commodore 64, Source: Video-game
                or computer emulator, Article: GEOS (8-bit operating
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                not diminish the copyright holder's ability to market
                the game.)

Graphic Environment Operating System (16-bit):

GEOS (16-bit) or PC/GEOS is a 16-bit version of GEOS (8-bit) as a Windows 95 replacement for older PCs.

KolibriOS:

KolibriOS — available in 16- and 32-bit — was forked from MenuetOS, but heavily scaled down. Its image comes with several video games and several emulators. It seems like a great OS for gaming.

By KolibriOS Team - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,
                https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=28946526,
                Description: English: KolibriOS nightly build desktop
                screenshot; Date: 11 October 2013, 00:59:37; Source: Own
                work; Author: KolibriOS Team

MenuetOS:

MenuetOS is written in assembler and fits in a floppy. It needs mouse, i386, 32 MB of RAM and 1 MB Display Vesa 2.0+ LFB. I have not had a chance to use it yet although I have tested KolibriOS, which is based on MenuetOS.

Menuet
                (Description: English: Menuet screenshot; Date: 25
                October 2011; Source: Own work; Author: Vmt1970; This
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                transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute
                the resulting work only under the same or similar
                license to this one.)

MINIX:

MINIX is open source Unix-like OS written in C. It is the base of Linux distribution (distros). It supports various hardware configurations with minor changes on the kernel or installing it from its source code. Note that MINIX does not come with a GUI hence fully CLI.

MorphOS:

MorphOS is an OS compatible with AmigaOS with a combination of open source and proprietary code, especially its kernel. It seems to be marketed as a replacement for Mac OS on hardware made in the past decade or so.

Ambient Desktop (This screenshot either does not
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NewOS:

NewOS is an OS that is under development written in C, C++ and assembler. This OS can fit on a floppy. As per the developers, it is "mostly a kernel with a minimal amount of user space libraries and applications." This means plain CLI, no GUI. If you want to try it, you can run its binaries (located at /usr/local/i386-newos/bin) on FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X or Windows using Cygwin.

NitrOS-9:

NitrOS-9 is a Linux-like OS based on OS-9 for TRS-80 CoCo, and Dragon 64. To run this OS you would need a floppy drive or loading it from mounted Linux, Mac or Windows CD-ROM.

TRS-80 Color Computer 2 64K (== Summary == TRS-80
                Color Computer 64K RAM Copyed from English Wikipedia
                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Tandycoco2.jpg ==
                Licensing == {{Copyrighted free use}}
                Category:Computers)

ReactOS:

ReactOS is a project to create an OS compatible with the Windows NT kernel, DOS, OS/2 and Java subsystems. According to its developing group, this system is 93.8% complete, current version 0.3.1. If there is an alternative/new OS that I would like to test is this one. I will see what I can do.

ReactOS

SkyOS:

SkyOS is fairly POSIX-complaint, but proprietary, OS "built from scratch" by Robert Szeleney.

SkyOS
                (copyright of Robert Szeleney)

Visopsys:

Visopsys (VISual OPerating SYStem), created by Andrew McLaughlin "from scratch", is a 32-bit Windows replacement with read-only support for ext2 and ext3 used by Linux and other Unix clones.

Visopsys











 
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