Technical articles about the Genode OS Framework
- An in-depth look into the ARM virtualization extensions
The article explores the mechanisms of the ARM virtualization extensions and describes how Genode's custom base-hw kernel was turned into a microhypervisor.
- Genode on seL4
A series of articles that describes the line of work to run Genode-based systems on top of the seL4 kernel.
- Building a simple root task from scratch
The first article describes the integration of the kernel code with Genode's source tree and the steps taken to create a minimalistic root task that runs on the kernel. It is full of hands-on information about the methodology of such a porting effort and describes the experience with using the kernel from the perspective of someone with no prior association with the seL4 project.
- IPC and virtual memory
The second part of the article series examines the seL4 kernel interface with respect to synchronous inter-process communication and the management of virtual memory.
- Porting the core component
The third article presents the steps taken to bring Genode's core and init components to life. Among the covered topics are the memory and capability management, inter-component communication, and page-fault handling. The article closes with a state of development that principally enables simple Genode scenarios to run on the seL4 kernel.
- An Exploration of ARM TrustZone Technology
The article summarizes our experience with investigating ARM TrustZone and building prototypes using this technology. It is supplemented by a video demonstrating TrustZone on an i.MX53 SABRE tablet.
- How Genode came to the Pandaboard
The experience report gives insights into the steps taken to enable and optimize the Genode OS Framework on the OMAP4-based Pandaboard.
- Bringing Genode to the OKL4 kernel
This article describes the process of porting the Genode OS Framework to the OKL4 kernel version 2.1.