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Old 11-27-2009, 11:43 AM   #1
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Default Writing a bootable kernel

Just wondering has anyone had any experience of writing their own bootable kernel. I know there are free versions out there (such as Linux kernel) but i really want to write my own for the experience. All i want to do for the moment is write something that can boot up and do something simple without relying on any system or infrastructure already built.

I figured if anyone has any comments such as do i really understand what i'm doing) or how hard, lengthy it might be i'd love the feedback. Even better if you've some experience.

Here are some links that i haven't quite got around to devouring due to course work.
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