Simon Willcocks

Isembard-OS is a extremely small kernel for ARM based systems (initially the BeagleBoard).

Rather than the traditional Process/Threads approach to multi-tasking, Isembard-OS uses a concept that allows threads to move through memory maps to perform tasks.

The [kernel] and basic [memory management] code should fit in a couple of pages (i.e. about 8k) of RAM, and provide in the region of ten [system calls] and the ability to make [secure] [inter-map calls] to objects exported from memory maps.

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