I've written a small OS kernel with C and certainly a little bit
assembly, I want to rule out all irrelavent part of a tiny kernel, like
those xxttys in linux, I don't even know what the hell are they. It's
almost done except there are some bugs in virtual memory part.
If anybody can help me out of there, then it will be great helpful, or
help me correct my english, or if you want to offer me a job, that'd be
great because I nearly finish my master course.
The lastest version of the kernel and tutorials you can find at
Note that the memory management part is still bugy, so some code or comment on it might be misleading, so helpfully somebody can give a hand.
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