Welcome to the Operating Systems corner!

The one thing most of us associate with free and open source software: operating systems. Always a strong presence at FOSDEM, they are back for more. Find out what is new here!

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The Universal Operating System.

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Fedora Project

The Fedora Project is a community of people working together to build a free and open source software platform and to collaborate on and share user-focused solutions built on that platform. The Fedora...

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FreeBSD Project

FreeBSD is an open source operating system descended from the Unix developed at the University of California, Berkeley that became an open source project in 1993 with several hundred active committers...

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Learn about the latest developments in the GNOME desktop environment! At the GNOME booth, you can check out live demos of GNOME 3.38 and GTK 4, get help using GNOME, and learn more about paid GNOME...

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Haiku is an open-source operating system that specifically targets personal computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku is fast, simple to use, easy to learn and yet very powerful.

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The illumos project develops a Unix operating system core that was originally derived from OpenSolaris, providing next-generation features for downstream distributions, including advanced system...

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OpenHarmony Project

The OpenHarmony project aims at a new way of conceiving consumer devices and their use, starting from a great assumption: transcending the physical and conceptual perimeters historically linked to...

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OpenMandriva is a 100% community controlled Linux distribution. With (OMLx 4.2) Plasma 5.20.5, KDE Frameworks 5.78, Qt 5.12.2 and LibreOffice 7.1, it is one of the most current distributions...

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ReactOS is a modern open source operating system based on the Windows XP/2003 design. It was written from scratch with the goal of full compatibility with Windows applications and drivers, as well as...

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Unikraft is a Linux Foundation project able to build extremely efficient and secure software stacks/unikernels. By tailoring the operating system, libraries and tools to the particular needs of each...

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Hi There! We are XCP-ng Project, an Open Source virtualization platform based on Xen and hosted in the Linux Foundation since 2020. In other words, XCP-ng is a specialized Linux distro, with...