Phoenix-RTOS

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Phoenix-RTOS
Developer Paweł Pisarczyk
OS family Unix-like real-time operating systems
Source model Open source
Marketing target Embedded systems
Platforms x86
Kernel type Microkernel
License GNU General Public License
Official website Phoenix-RTOS

The Phoenix-RTOS is an open source Unix-like real-time operating system based on a microkernel, aimed at the embedded systems market.

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The Phoenix-RTOS was written by Paweł Pisarczyk as his Master of Science Thesis at Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology of the Warsaw University of Technology.

It was designed to run mainly on x86-based computers, but ports for ARM and PowerPC microprocessor architectures are under development (alpha versions for ARM7 TDMI core and PowerPC Open Firmware based architectures are available).


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