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HelenOS/ia32

History

The ia32 port is the oldest port and was originally written by Jakub Jermář in 2001. It started as a semestral assignment for C/C++ programming course at MFF UK and gradually evolved during numerous other semestral assignments into the state in which it was first committed to our Subversion repository. Since then, the port was improved and maintained also by other members of the HelenOS team.

Status

The port is fully supported by the HelenOS team and supports the standard set of features offered by HelenOS.

Supported hardware

Common consumer PC's and servers with 32-bit x86 processors are supported. AMD64 and Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology processors are supported in 32-bit mode. Multiprocessor systems are supported. Besides real hardware, a variety of simulators and virtualizers can be used.

Processors

  • Intel Pentium
  • Intel Pentium II
  • Intel Pentium III
  • Intel Pentium 4
  • Intel Xeon
  • Intel Core
  • Intel Core 2
  • AMD Athlon64
  • AMD Athlon XP
Last modified 9 months ago Last modified on 2015-11-20T08:18:35Z