Breeze OS -- Open source 16-bit operating system for x86 PCs
Copyright (C) 2006 - 2014 MikeOS Developers -- see doc/LICENSE.TXT
Breeze OS is a distribution of MikeOS
MikeOS and Breeze OS are 16-bit real mode operating systems for
x86-compatible PCs, written entirely in assembly language, which
are booting from a floppy disk, CD-ROM or USB key. It features a
text-based dialog-driven user interface, a command-line, support
for FAT12 (MS-DOS-like) floppy disks, sound (PC speaker), text editor,
BASIC interpreter and more. The kernel includes over 60 system calls.
MikeOS is a learning tool for those wishing to understand simple OS
construction and x86 assembly. Quick getting-started guide: MikeOS can
run from a floppy disk or CD-ROM, either on an emulator or a real PC.
See the disk_images/ directory for files that you can write to the
appropriate media or boot in, for instance, VMware, QEMU or VirtualBox.
You can find the source code in the source/ directory, and sample
programs (included on the disk images) in the programs/ directory.