Redox OS 6.0, a new device system has arrived! This latest version of the system brings new fixes and features that you might want to try.
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According to Editorials 360's report, Redox OS is the micro-kernel mainly based Rust-written working system. Its developer released the latest version on Christmas Eve, together with many bug fixes and new options.
It contains a full rewrite of its RMM kernel reminiscence supervisor. Other updates include Pkgar as a brand new package deal format, enhancements to its Relibc C library implementation, and Rust code compatibility updates. To help you further, here are the system's other details that you should know.
What Redox OS 6.0 offer?
According to Redox official's website, Redox OS aims to bring innovations of Rust to a full set of applications and a modern microkernel. Here are the features it offers.
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Redox 0.6 launch was a difficult one. The developers struggled to change its Rust-written system. But, they were still able to make some useful changes that users will surely benefit from. Here are the following updates you need to know.
Pkgar, a new package format, is much faster to extract and create than the developers' previous tar format.
The new system also brings rmm, a complete rewrite of the kernel memory manager. This new feature helped in the elimination of memory leaks, which was previously a huge issue with the previous memory manager. It also includes multi-core support, which is far more stable compared to other support.
Developers redesigned its cookbook to support a new rust-based build system. This innovation uses toml files instead of shell scripts. It can also include a number of imported packages.
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