AROS Research Operating System

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The AROS Research Operating System is an effort to implement an Open Source and portable operating system that is compatible with AmigaOS(TM). Originally, it was meant as a direct reimplementation, but already has features not existing in AmigaOS.

http://aros.sourceforge.net/

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