Temple Operating System (TempleOS)

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The Temple Operating System (TempleOS) is a a 64-bit x86 (x86_64) open source personal computer operating system, programmed by Terry A. Davis over a period of nearly fifteen years, inspired by what he believed was a revelation from God and intended as a Third Temple. It is technically described as a "non-preemptive multi-tasking, multi-cored, ring-0-only, single-address-map (identity-mapped), and non-networked" OS, suggested by Davis to be comparable to "a modern, 64-bit Commodore 64."[1] Davis released the entirety of the code to the public domain, making it free for all intents and purposes.

During its development beginning in 2005, the OS was also known as Hoppy, The J Operating System, LoseThos, and SparrowOS.