MOROS is a hobby operating system written in Rust by Vincent Ollivier.
It targets computers with a x86-64 architecture and a BIOS, so mostly from 2005 to 2020, but it also runs well on most emulators.
MOROS is open source, you can build it or download an image. Consult the manual to learn how to use the system.
Everything in MOROS is done from a command line interface and most programs are rather minimalist.
It has a shell:
With a few programs like
find that use a regex engine to find
files or lines:
It has a calculator and also a lisp interpreter:
And a text editor:
It has a network stack with two drivers for RTL8139 and PCNET cards:
It has a chess game:
And the game of life:
It even has 2048:
And finally it is quite customizable:
You can log in to a demo with the following command using the name of the system as a password for the guest account:
$ ssh email@example.com