How did I miss this? Minix, the small OS designed by professor Andrew Tanenbaum to teach operating systems concets, is now in its 3.0 revision. From their webpage:
MINIX 1 and 2 were intended as teaching tools; MINIX 3 adds the new goal of being usable as a serious system on resource-limited and embedded computers and for applications requiring high reliability.
Neat. I'll have to check it out.
- Brainwagon Radio
- Computer Checkers
- Guide To Podcasting
- Making an ATtiny13 Powered Pumpkin!
- The Arduino n’ Gameduino Satellite Tracker
- The Enigma 2600
- Hooded Oriole at my hummingbird feeder… on
47 Some28? mistakes in Gould’s The Game of Draughts on
- Web-based control of an RGB LED via the Nanode, an Arduino compatible microcontroller on
- Some example python code to fetch weather forecasts… on
- Using the Arduino to send audio via pulse width modulation on
On this day...
Posts on this day from years past:
- A brief overview of my recent magnetometer experiments...
- Treasure Trove of Ideas Re: Homebrew CPUS
- Hellschreiber Font Definition
- Wall•E review on "The Bleat"
- TechShop Open House
- Windows Vista Feedback ~ Chris Pirillo
- Lose a little on every sale...
- More on Google Maps API
- Serious Putty
- Cassini arrives at Saturn
- Apologies for downtime...