Monthly Archives: January 2010

Crash Course on Mixing C and Assembly on Linux/x86

Editor’s Note: This article is designed to get you thinking a bit about assembly on i386 machines, and to provide an example of x86 convention function calling. Its not really comprehensive enough to serve as a thorough tutorial. Look here, … Continue reading

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How To Make A Kernel Sandbox using QEMU

Last post, I described a few reasons why a kernel sandbox might boost your ability to tinker with the kernel. Now I’m going to describe how you can do this! I use a debian virtual disk image, along with QEMU … Continue reading

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Kernel Sandbox

This article is about a suggestion for making kernel work easier. The next article will be about how to implement the suggestions I make. Kernel coding is a bit of a pain, if you compare it to userspace coding. You … Continue reading

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