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Fri Nov 25 12:32:28 EST 2016

Eliminate the OS

Operating systems by themselves should not be too hard to eliminate :
most code can be tucked away in a library.

The main problem is still: what about the hardware?  Currently the
only way hardware is "cheap", is when it is adapted to an os through
drivers.

Can this be disentangled?  Can devices just be devices?  Loosely
coupled things that send messages?

What I've seen mostly from writing drivers, is that the problem is
that on a chip, nothing is really independent: a lot of configuration
needs to happend before something takes proper shape, and ties into
somethnig else.



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