[Kwartzlab CS] Operating System Kernel Construction Course
dscassel at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 14:47:49 EDT 2013
I, too, am interested.
Now let's see if I can actually do it...
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 2:36 PM, Jonathan Lamothe <jonathan at jlamothe.net>wrote:
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> It's like this course was made for me.
> On 2013-06-11, Stephen Paul Weber wrote:
> > Several people have expressed interest in my running an Operating System
> > Kernel Construction course. I have the material for this (though there
> > some extra material that people are interested in namely virtual memory,
> > which I am not done yet). If there is interest, I was thinking that
> > Thursday evenings starting in July might work pretty well (pending board
> > approval and availability from those of you who are interested).
> > This would be quite different from my last course. It would be a project
> > course focussed on building your own Operating System Kernel from
> > Each session would be dominated by participants working on writing code
> > their Kernel.
> > Required experience: knowledge of pointers and memory addresses a MUST.
> > Knowledge of C STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Knowledge of some assembly
> > All of my experience and examples is for ARMv4/v6 on QEMU's versatilepb.
> > Adequately motivated participants can build for anything, however, as
> > of the examples should be largely portable.
> > Reccomended environment: your own laptop running a Debian derivative
> with an
> > ARM cross-compiler and QEMU-system install.
> > Please email me (or reply to this message on list) to indicate your
> > interest. If Thursdays in July are not good for you, please indicate
> > *would* be good for you.
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> > Stephen Paul Weber, @singpolyma
> > See <http://singpolyma.net> for how I prefer to be contacted
> > edition right joseph
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> Jonathan Lamothe
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