Screenshots

Sculpt with Visual Composition (VC) as released in September 2018. The central element of its novel administrative user interface is a live view of the running system that can be interactively modified. In the background, the current system composition shines through. It includes a virtual machine as well as a sandboxed web browser that runs natively on Genode.

Desktop of Sculpt OS (TC). Firefox runs on TinyCore Linux inside a virtual machine. The Qt-based text editor allows the user to edit configurations - like the user-level network routing - live. On the top-right, the current CPU load is displayed. The terminal window below hosts the light-weight noux runtime environment for executing command-line-based Unix software.

The press of a button activates the "Leitzentrale" overlay, which empowers the user to inspect and change (sculpt) almost all aspects of the running system on the fly.

A Genode/NOVA-based desktop used for day-to-day computing at Genode Labs in 2015. VirtualBox runs Xubuntu, which is currently executing Genode's build system and Firefox. The command-line interface at the top left allows the user to manage Genode subsystems. At the bottom left, a noux instance acts as the bridge between the Linux guest OS and the Genode world. Under the surface, there are over 40 low-level components such as device drivers working together. Each of them is encapsulated in a dedicated sandbox.

VirtualBox running besides the Seoul VMM (virtual machine monitor) on top of Genode/NOVA. Seoul executes Tinycore Linux as guest OS. VirtualBox executes MS Windows 7. Both VMMs are utilizing hardware virtualization (VT-X) but are plain user-level programs with no special privileges.

Qt version 5.1 running natively on Genode 13.08.