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- indoleringParticipantFebruary 29, 2020 at 8:09 pmPost count: 2
We are doing a micro-kernel, which is necessarily from scratch although we may borrow approaches from L4.
That’s odd, the L4 kernels got code reuse up to 50%. Is it that the architecture is just so very different from traditional architectures? Or is it a lack of well supported open-source L4 kernels? I know Intel is using Minix for some of their embedded stuff….
- indoleringParticipantApril 17, 2016 at 8:36 pmPost count: 2
Providing a seed really is good enough to solve most of the system level problems that we see with random number generators. DJB has actually argued against adding output from a HRNG to the entropy pool on Linux. Although I don’t fully agree with his conclusion (the threat model is pretty unrealistic) the theory behind his reasoning is sound.
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