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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Building tiny systems with embedded NetBSD
NetBSD is an extremely flexible operating system that is designed to be portable across various architectures. This feature makes it attractive for embedded developers. In this article, I will demonstrate a process for creating a very small kernel that can boot, either to a shell prompt or to a login screen, more...