An interactive explorer of the disassemblies of the BASIC ROMs and kernels for the various versions of the Commodore 64. Each ROM is disassembled and lined up side by side so you can see what's different between versions and hardware releases.
An online archive of operating systems from days gone by.
An interactive utility for building custom Raspbian images.
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Home of Linux&039;s USB subsystem.
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A list of all bootable Linux Live CDs, updated periodically.
How nmap does OS fingerprinting.
The homepage of the man that wrote the Great Worm.
A utility which takes a standard Windows installation disk and constructs a bootable USB key with the contents for machines which don't have CD or DVD-ROM drives.
An open source compartmentalized operating system based on 64-bit Linux. The idea is that you have a fleet of stripped down, hardened, and disposable virtual machines for various tasks, from word processing to web browsing to visiting untrusted sites. Based on XEN, built into the Linux kernel.
A free and libre textbook of OS design and implementation on the x86 architecture. The full book can be read here or downloaded as a PDF from this site, or you can check out the book from its Github repository (https://github.com/littleosbook/littleosbook)
Microsoft has opened its own software archive of downloadable Windows .iso installation images. If you have an original retail product key but don't have the installation media, you can download a copy of Windows 7 to rebuild. Please note that this might not work on OEM systems, which bundle their own clusters of drivers.