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Writing a Bootloader Part 1 | Alex Parker's Website
This post describes how to write a simple Hello world bootloader
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7 hours ago by geetarista
Kernel 101 – Let’s write a Kernel - Arjun Sreedharan
Kernel 101 – Let's write a Kernel Hello World, Let us write a simple kernel which could be loaded with the GRUB bootloader on an x86 system. This kernel will display a message on the screen and then...
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7 hours ago by geetarista
the basic ontology of a c program
"i wanted to understand the system-level abstractions that were involved in the simplest c programs - ideally, to a point where i could recognize and understand all components in a compiled binary for a simple program. hopefully, even if you are on other configurations, this will give you some resources to start reasoning about the souls of your programs and the universes they live in."
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