neal.p.murphy at alum.wpi.edu
Sun Jun 20 21:25:49 PDT 2010
On Sunday 20 June 2010 17:42:52 Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Andrew Benton wrote:
> > It would take hundreds of gifted people more than a decade to achieve
> > such a thing.
> Or Linus about a year.
I'm not sure the OP could absorb that much info that quickly.
The OP needs to select his hardware, learn the peripheral interfaces, design a
consistent hardware control interface, then design a consistent user-space
interface that presents the necessary APIs to control user access to
Beyond that, the OP needs to select a language and learn to write in that
language lucidly and clrealy so that he can return to old work weeks, months
and even years later and figure out what he was thinking and doing in the
Then he needs to select a programming language and learn it inside, outside,
upside and downside.
Next he needs to choose his 'best' methods, practices and procedures and learn
them from every which way.
Thus armed, he can design and implement any sort of operating system he
chooses, because the way will be fairly clear.
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