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In 2008, the European Research Council awarded Prof. Andrew S. Tanenbaum, the designer of MINIX, an Advanced Grant of €2.5 million (about $3.2 million) to produce a reliable operating system. He and his team have been working on it hard since then and they are now proud to release the result as a free and open-source operating system for the PC and ARM. It comes with a BSD license, meaning that individuals and companies can use it in products without paying royalties and without being required to disclose any changes they make to competitors.
MINIX 1 was originally a system aimed at teaching operating systems but after the ERC grant, the focus changed to include producing a solid, commercially viable product as well. The new version, MINIX 3.3.0, has a number of key features:
Here are the Beagle single-board computers on which ARM MINIX 3.3.0 runs.
To learn more about the MINIX 3 project, look here.
The release notes for MINIX 3.3.0 can be found here.
You can get the compressed .iso image from the download page.
Here are the instructions for the ARM build.
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