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European Multilaterally Secure Computing Base (EMSCB)





The Goal of the EMSCB project is the development of a trustworthy computing platform. The keys are open standards, trusted computing hardware, microkernel technology, and migration paths for existing operating systems.

To find out more, please, visit the project website. The EMSCB project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.


News

2007-09-30 Fourth OpenTC Snapshot addon released

The EMSCB project announces the release of the fourth emscb tarball addon for the september OpenTC snapshot.

The OpenTC snapshot can be obtained from here.

After downloading and unzipping the tarball, download the EMSCB addon and unzip it into the same directory. For further instructions please have a look at the Instructions page.

There is also a binary tarball available containing the binaries of both OpenTC and EMSCB packages.


2007-03-01 Second OpenTC Snapshot addon released

The EMSCB project announces the release of the second emscb tarball addon for the february OpenTC snapshot. This addon contains the same packages as the last one.

The OpenTC snapshot can be obtained from here.

After downloading and unzipping the tarball, download the EMSCB addon and unzip it into the same directory. For further instructions please have a look at the Instructions page.

There is also a binary tarball available containing the binaries of both OpenTC and EMSCB packages.


2006-12-06 EMSCB addon to OpenTC Snapshot released

The EMSCB project announces the release of an addon tarball for the current OpenTC snapshot. This addon adds the following packages to the original tarball.

The snapshot can be obtained from here.

After downloading and unzipping the OpenTC tarball, download the EMSCB addon and unzip it into the same directory. For further instructions please have a look at the Instructions page.

Christian Helmuth, http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/~ch12/
29. Sep 2007
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