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From KolibriOS wiki
|Developed by:||KolibriOS Project Team|
|Source model:||Open source|
|Latest stable release:||0.7.7.0 / December, 2009|
|Kernel type:||Monolithic kernel|
IMPORTANT: Help KolibriOS development by working on ideas from the Google Summer of Code 2013 list!
|Nightly Builds||Wanted Features|
|File Repository||Hardware Support|
- A monolithic preemptive kernel that is less then 100 kilobytes in size, complete with streams, parallel execution of system calls and a TCP/IP stack.
- Speed: Thanks to being (carefully) written in Assembler, it's very fast.
- Size: KolibriOS is very small - The kernel and most of the programs fit on a 1.44MB floppy disk!
- Filesystem support: Read/write support for FAT16/32 (with long file names) and ext2/3/4, read-only support for NTFS, CDFS and XFS.
- Lightweight: Kolibri boots on any computer that has a Pentium (i586) compatible processor and at least eight megabytes of RAM.
- Hardware support: A lot of the popular sound, network and graphics cards are supported (see supported hardware list)
- Comes with a development kit (code editor with FASM macro-assembler integrated).
- Kolibri-A - an embedded version of KolibriOS