Introducing SeaOS

  title={Introducing SeaOS},
  author={Daniel Bittman and D. J. Capelis and Darrell D. E. Long},
  journal={2014 International Conference on Information Science & Applications (ICISA)},
SeaOS is a simple operating system developed for fast prototyping of research concepts. SeaOS implements a POSIX-like interface in less than 30,000 lines of C kernel code. Its userspace is complete enough to be self-hosting and includes ports of gcc, bash, grub, binutils, and coreutils. SeaOS runs on modern x86 and x86_64 architectures and is designed to support our lab's operating system research in scheduling, virtualization and security architectures. 


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