Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th Nov 2011 21:26 UTC, submitted by edwin
General Unix Way back in 2002, MIT decided it needed to start teaching a course in operating system engineering. As part of this course, students would write an exokernel on x86, using Sixth Edition Unix (V6) and John Lions' commentary as course material. This, however, posed problems.
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by cb88 on Wed 9th Nov 2011 22:34 UTC
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I've ran it in qemu before its fairly neat. Make sure you get the up to date sources when I first tried it out I got an old tarball and it had some bugs which I learned how to fix but at the same time they were already fixed upstream.

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