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GNU Hurd (usually referred to as the Hurd or just Hurd ) is the multiserver microkernel written as part of GNU. (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: GNU Hurd is the multiserver microkernel written as part of GNU. It has been under development since 1990 by the GNU Project of the Free Software Foundation, designed as a replacement for the Unix kernel, and released as free software under the GNU General Public License. While the Linux kernel soon proved to be a more viable solution, development of GNU Hurd continued, albeit at a slow pace.
- GNU Mach - GNU Mach is an implementation of the Mach microkernel. It is the default microkernel in the GNU Hurd. GNU Mach runs on IA-32 machines. GNU Mach is maintained by developers on the GNU project. It is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
- GNU Linux-libre ? a kernel and a GNU package.
- Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM).
- Minix 3 - MINIX 3 is a project to create a small, high availability, high functioning Unix-like operating system. It is published under a BSD license and is a successor project to the earlier versions, MINIX 1 and 2.
- Multiboot Specification - The Multiboot Specification is an open standard describing how a boot loader can load an x86 operating system kernel. The specification allows any compliant boot loader implementation to boot any compliant operating system kernel.
- Unix variants
- Microkernel-based operating systems
- Free software operating systems
- Operating system distributions bootable from read-only media
- GNU Project software
- The GNU Hurd www
The GNU project's replacement for the Unix kernel. GNU Hurd. The Hurd is a collection of servers that run on the Mach microkernel to implement file systems, network protocols, file access control, and other features that are implemented by the Unix kernel or similar kernels (such as Linux).
- Offers The Hurd Development and Information Links www
Offers a large good collection of Hurd links. The Hurd Development and Information Links.
- An Toronto Hurd Group www
An area group willing to help new users to run GNU/Hurd and to develop software for GNU/Hurd. Hurd Group. Offers links to related files, support, mailing lists, bug documentation, current tasks and news. Toronto Hurd Group.
- Free Debian GNU Hurd www
Free distribution of the original GNU operating system under name of Debian, GNU Hurd, maintained and updated by many users who volunteer their knowledge, time and effort. The Hurd is a set of servers running on top of the GNU Mach microkernel. Debian GNU Hurd.
- Archived Bug reports for the GNU Hurd Archives www
Archived discussions and reports of bugs for Hurd project. reports for the GNU Hurd Archives. May be searched by user. Bug reports for the GNU Hurd Archives.
- Download Debian www
Download site for Debian Hurd CDs. Debian. Offers software downloads, support, documentation and news. Debian.
- Offers Hurd hacking guide www
Offers guidelines on design and implementation of GNU Hurd. Hurd hacking guide.
- A GNU Hurd Hardware Compatibility Guide www
A list of hardware that is known to be supported by the GNU Mach microkernel. GNU Hurd Hardware Compatibility Guide.
- A Hurd www
A basic introduction to the Hurd project. Hurd.
- Mailing GNU Hurd Mailing List www
Mailing list archives. GNU Hurd Mailing List.
- Utah: Flux Research Group www
Utah: 5 main projects: 1) Fluke/Flask high-security kernel and OS. Research Group. 2) Flick interface definition language compiler. 3) OSKit. 4) Java-based systems: operating systems, resource management, and active networks. 5) Khazana infrastructure for distributed shared state. Flux Research Group.
- By Writing a GCC Front End www
By Tom Tromey. GCC Front End. This article provides a tour of how you would go about connecting your own compiler front end to GCC. Writing a GCC Front End.
- How Optimizing GCC www
How much faster can GCC compile a Linux kernel if GCC is optimized? Doing the compiler alone ups speed 33%. GCC. Description, benchmark times. [Linux Gazette] Optimizing GCC.
- GNU's the Official GNUstep webSite www
GNU's NeXT Step Clone the Official GNUstep webSite.
- Compares Benchmarking BSD and Linux www
Compares FreeBSD 5. BSD and Linux.1, NetBSD 1.6.1, OpenBSD 3.4; Linux 2.4, 2.5, 2.6; to see how scalable and fast network programs are on standard PC hardware as Web servers; tests several APIs and methods. Text, graphs, benchmark code. Benchmarking BSD and Linux.
- Links COTSE-Mini Unix Distributions www
Links to 2 dozen mini Unix distributions: mostly Linux, Unix Distributions, also FreeBSD, SCO, Solaris MINIX, MINIX. COTSE-Mini Unix Distributions.
- Stories Wired Archive: Richard Stallman www
Stories involving Stallman. Wired Archive: Richard Stallman.
- Or An Ode to Richard Stallman www
Or Minutes to the NYSIA/WWWAC Software Summit. Ode to Richard Stallman. Long and very entertaining account of one person's encounter with Stallman and his ideas, in the context of a trade show. An Ode to Richard Stallman.
- Mach Flux Research Group: Older Projects and Software www
Mach 4 kernel, Research Group: Older Projects and Software, Lites Unix server, Mach/Lites/4.4-lite, MOSS, Goofie, PA-RISC GNU tools. Flux Research Group: Older Projects and Software.
- By Real-Time Mach www
By Real-Time and Multimedia Laboratory, Mach, Department of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. RT-Mach is a resource kernel, a kernel provides resource-centric services, which can then be used to satisfy end-to-end QoS needs. Real-Time Mach.
- Alexa: GNU Hurd Mach
Alexa Directory Top Sites: GNU Hurd Mach
- DMOZ: GNU Hurd Mach
dmoz.org Directory: GNU Hurd Mach