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    Lightbulb Re: what to practice for kernel engineering jobs

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    Quoting DangerOnTheRanger:
    Hey, I know a lot of that stuff!
    What I did to learn all that(and put it into practice) was to develop my own mini OS.
    It's actually not too hard, just tedious...
    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbon View Post
    Can you suggest me where you began with and what you did I will surely practice what you mention.Even I had that idea and I came across Linux From Scratch project share some thing that you might have done some relevant links I am interested to do them.
    Some excellent places to start:

    OSDev Wiki:

    http://wiki.osdev.org/Main_Page

    AOD (alt.os.development) FAQ wiki:

    http://aodfaq.wikispaces.com/

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    Re: what to practice for kernel engineering jobs

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbon View Post
    Can you suggest me where you began with and what you did I will surely practice what you mention.Even I had that idea and I came across Linux From Scratch project share some thing that you might have done some relevant links I am interested to do them.
    Sure!

    http://wiki.osdev.org
    http://forum.osdev.org

    OSDev is full of information concerning how to build your own x86 OS.
    There's even some info on the PowerPC architecture.
    There are 10 different kinds of people:
    Those who understand binary numbers
    Those who don't
    Free/open-source game development kit: http://openblox.sourceforge.net

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    Re: what to practice for kernel engineering jobs

    Quote Originally Posted by NathanB View Post
    Code:
    Quoting DangerOnTheRanger:
    Hey, I know a lot of that stuff!
    What I did to learn all that(and put it into practice) was to develop my own mini OS.
    It's actually not too hard, just tedious...
    Some excellent places to start:

    OSDev Wiki:

    http://wiki.osdev.org/Main_Page

    AOD (alt.os.development) FAQ wiki:

    http://aodfaq.wikispaces.com/
    Oopsie... ...
    There are 10 different kinds of people:
    Those who understand binary numbers
    Those who don't
    Free/open-source game development kit: http://openblox.sourceforge.net

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