|First public alpha of axle released|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2017-01-17 00:18:04|
axle is a small UNIX-like hobby operating system. Everything used within axle is implemented from the ground up, aside from the bootloader, for which we use GRUB. axle is a multiboot compliant kernel. axle runs C on 'bare metal' in freestanding mode, meaning even the C standard library is not included. A subset of the C standard library is implemented within axle's kernel, and a userspace version is planned. axle is mainly interfaced through a shell.
Open source, custom educational operating system. The first public alpha release is out.
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