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  • Pedigree Operating System

    Pedigree is a hobby operating system primarily designed by James Molloy and Joerg Pfahler and primarily implemented by James Molloy, Joerg Pfahler, and Matthew Iselin.

    The objectives of Pedigree are to develop a solid yet portable operating system from the ground up with an object oriented architecture where possible. The goal is to support multiple different subsystems to allow many different applications to run natively on Pedigree. At the moment a POSIX subsystem exists, with plans for the implementation of a native subsystem. Pedigree also caters for two different driver interfaces: our native, C++ interface, and the C "CDI" interface (ported from the Tyndur operating system)....

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