Genode OS Framework 16.11 Now Available
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 30 November 2016 at 11:11 AM EST. Add A Comment
OPERATING SYSTEMS --
The latest installment of the ten-year-old Genode open-source operating system framework is now available with low-level improvements, support for smart cards, and kernel improvements to the NOVA hypervisor.

Genode OS Framework 16.11 adds support for asynchronous parent-child interactions, improved virtual networking, an improved RPC mechanism, unification and tightening of session labels, new framework APIs, support for smart cards, time-based password generation support, VirtualBox-over-NOVA improvements, and a range of other work.

Those interested in this experimental operating system framework can find more about Genode OS 16.11 via the release notes.
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