Genode OS 17.02 Released With Improved VFS, New Input Event Processing
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 28 February 2017 at 10:30 AM EST. 6 Comments
OPERATING SYSTEMS --
Genode OS 17.02 has been released today as the latest version of this open-source operating system framework.

Accomplished for Genode OS 17.02 were ABI improvements, a much better virtual file-system (VFS) implementation, new input event processing capabilities, and a dynamic component-composition engine.

The enhanced VFS should be a big improvement for Genode users, there is now VFS support for asynchronous I/O, the Linux TCP/IP stack can function as a Genode VFS plug-in, and other improvements.

More details on Genode OS 17.02 can be found via the extensive release notes available via Genode.org.
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