Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2017


Introducing kernel-agnostic Genode executables

Genode recently gained the ability to execute the same binary executables on kernels as different as seL4, NOVA, or Linux. Such kernel-independent executables are created via a regular tool chain and executed natively on the machine. The talk explains how it works, presents the challenges that had to be overcome, and gives an outlook of how Genode will leverage this ability in the future. The talk will be presented on a laptop running a Genode system and will be accompanied with live demonstrations.


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