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+ - Genode OS Framework 12.08 runs on base ARM hardware, revives NOVA support->

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martiniturbide
martiniturbide writes "As posted on OSNews a new version (release 12.08) of Genode OS Framework had been released. It comes with the ability to run Genode-based systems on ARM hardware without an underlying kernel, vastly improves the support for the NOVA hypervisor, and adds device drivers for the OMAP4 SoC.
"Genode is a novel OS architecture that is able to master complexity by applying a strict organizational structure to all software components including device drivers, system services, and applications. The Genode OS framework is the effort to advance the Genode OS architecture as a community-driven Open-Source project. ""

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Genode OS Framework 12.08 runs on base ARM hardware, revives NOVA support

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It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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