RTEMS is an RTOS which can run on tons of architectures and processor families within those architectures.
However, the modern Intel
AMD64 is not one of the currently
Have you ever wanted to try a new operating system for your project, but all the emulators for your target processor support a limited number of features, and you really don’t want to have to test it all on your hardware?
To be fair, RTEMS does target the i386, but that involves maintaining a lot of legacy code which the community would really rather not do.
This is where my proposal comes in - it targets modern, off-the-shelf hardware, like the x86-64 processors most of us use day-to-day, supporting only the modern non-legacy features (such as UEFI only, not BIOS).
If you want to dig into the nitty-gritty, have a look at my project proposal, and the project page on RTEMS’ Wiki, which will act as an evolving document as the project continues.