Baget startup screen (ASCII-art)
|Developer||Scientific Research Institute of System Development of the Russian Academy of Sciences|
|OS family||Real-time operating systems|
|Working state||Current; passed the state testing for military purpose, state standard for a RTOS|
|Initial release||September 19, 2002 (version 2.06)|
|Latest release||2.71.32 / November 16, 2011|
|Platforms||MIPS (Baget-MIPS variant), KOMDIV-32, KOMDIV-64, Intel BSPs (x86 architecture)|
|License||no exact license|
|Official website||NIISI RAS OS2000|
Baget RTOS (rus. ОСРВ Багет) is a real-time operating system developed by the Scientific Research Institute of System Development of the Russian Academy of Sciences for a MIPS (Baget-MIPS variant) and Intel BSPs (x86 architecture). Baget is intended for software execution in a hard real-time embedded systems (firmware).
X Window System (client and server) was ported to Baget. It also has ethernet support (NFS, FTP, Telnet protocols), VFAT and a tar file systems, FDD and HDD driver support. A number of supported network cards are limited by some Realtek ISA and PCI cards.
The development process is based on the following principles:
- international standards compliance
- object-oriented programming
- cross-platform development
- POSIX 1003.1, portable operating systems standard (program interface),
- C standard, language and libraries.