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  • Genode OS Framework 20.11 Brings Dynamic CPU Load Balancing, 64-bit ARM Sculpt OS

    Phoronix: Genode OS Framework 20.11 Brings Dynamic CPU Load Balancing, 64-bit ARM Sculpt OS

    Genode as an original operating system framework that has been in development for more than a decade is out with a new release. The Genode OS based Sculpt OS as their "general purpose OS" push is also updated...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...20.11-Released

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    There is no demand for a "operating system framework", nobody uses this except for Genode OS themselves in their own Sculpt OS.
    People who want to write an operating system don't want Genode OS. Google is making their own operating system called Fuschia which is probably better and is modern and doesn't suffer from legacy design decisions.

    I think probably Linux, Windows, *BSD are all legacy shit operating systems. Google got their Fuschia going, and Huawei got their Harmony OS.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by uid313 View Post
      There is no demand for a "operating system framework", nobody uses this except for Genode OS themselves in their own Sculpt OS.
      People who want to write an operating system don't want Genode OS. Google is making their own operating system called Fuschia which is probably better and is modern and doesn't suffer from legacy design decisions.

      I think probably Linux, Windows, *BSD are all legacy shit operating systems. Google got their Fuschia going, and Huawei got their Harmony OS.
      You're even more criticizing then normal. Bad day at work?

      Btw, HarmonyOS is based on Android AOSP, so not nearly as "modern" as Fuchsia (following your argument).

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

        You're even more criticizing then normal. Bad day at work?

        Btw, HarmonyOS is based on Android AOSP, so not nearly as "modern" as Fuchsia (following your argument).
        No, it is EMUI which is Huawei's version of Android. Harmony OS is a new operating system, not based on Android.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by uid313 View Post

          No, it is EMUI which is Huawei's version of Android. Harmony OS is a new operating system, not based on Android.
          Even harmony OS is based on Android AOSP. Otherwise you couldn't run Android apps - at leats the ones build with NDK (e.g. all games in Unity3D and Unreal engine). E.g. ChromeOS has to run full Android in Docker to be able to run NDK apps. You don't need real Android underneath only for apps build for Dalvik and ART (those in Java/Kotlin).

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          • #6
            uid313, Fuchsia is a 1st gen microkernel design. It should be better than, say, Mach/Darwin/OSX/IOS, but it is still basically an obsolete design.

            Genode, when paired with seL4, is a third generation microkernel design. There's simply no contest there.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by uid313 View Post

              No, it is EMUI which is Huawei's version of Android. Harmony OS is a new operating system, not based on Android.
              Wrong. HarmonyOS *is* based on Android.

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              • #8
                If only it had a GUI (read: regular menu, taskbar, notification bar, clock, etc...) for one to play with it...

                Everything in it seems well design! An agnostic kernel os framework, possibility to run sel4... It's missing a decent file manager and a nice D.E. (LXQT would rock)

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