Welcome to JNode.org, the website of the Java New Operating System Design Effort.

JNode is a simple to use & install Java operating system for personal use.
It runs on modern devices.

Any java application will run on it, fast & secure!

JNode is open source and uses the LGPL license.

Latest release:
JNode 0.2.8
Hardware requirements:
Pentium class CPU
512M RAM

see details

Sorry by my post (Access control)

sorry to everybody that were offended with my post to the User Access Control topic
i do this with no intention to offend anybody
i tought that forums were more open , and the people were more flexible to criteria

really sorry Sad

Yeradis P. Barbosa Marrero

the sourceforge CVS repository problem


It's been days since I've been able to use anonymous pserver access to
the sourceforge CVS repository for the All of my favorite SF. projects.

I'm also not sure I want to be able to Smiling
Is there a way around this problem?
I can't keep up-to-date with CVS head and this is frustrating.

Would the project manager like to switch to JavaForge:
see the javalobby quote:
SourceForge Too Slow? Try Subversion at JavaForge

Have you been disappointed with SourceForge lately? So have we!
Try out the latest member of the Javalobby Network and host your project with Subversion at JavaForge (JavaForge.com)!

Isolate proposal published

I've published an initial draft of an Isolate proposal. Please comment on it (on the proposal, not here)

Here is the proposal


Cage the bugs -- can be implemented something similar in JNode architecture ?????

read this :

In monolithic operating systems, device drivers reside in the kernel. This means that when a new peripheral is installed, unknown, untrusted code is inserted in the kernel. A single bad line of code in a driver can bring down the system. This design is fundamentally flawed. In MINIX 3, each device driver is a separate user-mode process. As a consequence, bugs in a driver cannot spread easily to other parts of the system because each driver process is encapsulated by the MMU hardware.

url ----> http://www.minix3.org/reliability.html


Web Server

Hi guys...

I search and found old topic about run tomcat on Jnode.

Did we have any progress? Today, is possible?


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