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istema Operativo del Departamento de IngenierĂ­a de la Universidad Nacional de La Matanza

SODIUM is an operating system developed entirely (boot + kernel + shell) by professors and alumni based on the Intel x86 Protected-Mode (32-bits) architecture.

The idea of developing SODIUM started back in 2003 as a project proposed by professors of the Advanced Operating Systems class. The main objective was to allow students learn and experiment with the concepts seen during the classes through the development of an actual kernel.

Today, SODIUM counts with a diversity of modules (memory management, process schedulers, among others) that allow being changed during runtime. This reconfigurable capability makes SODIUM an educational operating system, allowing students to experiment with different configurations.

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