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Published on 2012-12-13T22:42:27Z Indexed on 2012/12/13 23:19 UTC
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I mean real bare bones, bare machine here(no Linux kernel, pre-existing kernel, or any bootloader).
I mean honestly write the bootloading software in direct microarchitecture-specific machine opcode, host the operating system, interrupts, I/O, services, and graphical software and all hardware interaction, computation, and design entirely in binary.
I know this is quite the leap here, but I was thinking to practice first in x86 assembly (not binary) 16-bit style.
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