Open Tiled Manycore System-on-Chip (OpTiMSoC) is an open-source framework that allows one to design and prototype manycore-based platforms on FPGA devices. In its current status, OpTiMSoC offers wide support for experimenting different architectural-level configurations. However, when comes to benchmarking the prototyped platform at software-level, current runtime libraries and operating systems still have to be improved. To address this problem, the goal of this project is integrate OpenRISC Linux Port into OpTiMSoC. To do so, a new manycore configuration with a Host Tile will be designed and implemented. The Host Tile will run OpenRISC Linux and will be able to communicate with Gzll kernels running on Computing Tiles via message-passing through the Network-on-Chip (NoC). Overall, the communication infrastructure will be exported to user-level through standard UNIX file system operations.