Genode-Based Sculpt OS Now Available With Easy-To-Use Disk Image
Sculpt OS relies upon Genode's micro-kernel architecture, sandboxed drivers, and other modern approaches for providing a unique OS on commodity PC hardware.
Sculpt OS comes with a ready-to-use USB disk image that can be easily booted to a GUI. They announced the new release this week at Genode.org.
The 20MB disk image includes Firefox that is running on TinyCore Linux via a virtual machine, a Qt-based text editor, and various administrative interfaces.
Those wanting to give it a whirl this weekend can try it out here with the USB disk image or also a VirtualBox image.