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The FreeMiNT project develops a unix like kernel for Atari ST based computers. It is the successor of the MiNT operating system, developed by Eric R. Smith for Atari Corp. in the 1980s and 1990s.

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68000 68020 68030 68040 68060 680x0 aranym atari atarist atari-st coldfire firebee kernel m68k operating_system os posix

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30 Day Summary

May 19 2021 — Jun 18 2021

12 Month Summary

Jun 18 2020 — Jun 18 2021
  • 76 Commits
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  • 8 Contributors
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