The only info on the readme has been copy/pasted directly from wikipedia. Surely if this is a novel implementation of the idea, the author could put in a few words to explain how/why?
EDIT: Actually, it appears the bootloader (boot/main.c) is a straight copy from https://github.com/wh5a/jos, a teaching OS from an OS programming course at MIT. Is DEOS just someone's homework?
This is basically just a stub OS. For something with "distributed" in the name, there should probably be a network stack... or at least (since this is an exokernel) some sort of networking library.
I’m pretty sure the name Deos was already used for another OS.
IIRC one of the interesting properties of the original was that a single “process” could span multiple processor domains.
What about it is distributed?