Talk:Creating a 64-bit kernel

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This article is originally written like a tutorial, which is insufficient. Long mode kernels has lots of special instincts that need to be well explained (most importantly the ABI 'small, kernel, medium, large' code modes). Piece by piece, I'll transform it to a 'guide' instead of its current tutorial tone. I hope this won't be objectionable. --Darwish 16:50, 20 March 2010 (UTC)


This article needs to be integrated with the Bare Bones series. The advise here is a bit questionable. The article looks too simple, you do need to deal with paging and other stuff. If anyone reads this, I recommend you do a 32-bit x86 kernel instead as described in Bare Bones as your first kernel. I'll eventually get around to clean this up as better advice. --Sortie 15:05, 30 November 2014 (CST)

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