Kernel Attached Operating System (KaOS) initial public release

Posted by Craig_Lunt on Dec 18, 2009 10:48 AM EDT; By Carbon Mountain LLC.
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The initial public release of KaOS (Kernel Attached Operating System) is now available for download. KaOS is an innovative new Linux server platform that embeds the initial base operating system within the kernel image. KaOS can be installed via PXE or by simply upgrading the kernel on an existing Linux system. KaOS has integrated virtualization support with KVM.

The initial public release includes the KaOS Software Developer Kit (SDK), which enables users to custom build a KaOS-enabled Linux kernel for their hardware. The initial public release is a true 64-bit platform, supporting the Intel / AMD x86-64 hardware.

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