Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

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BSD from scratch - from source to OS with ease on NetBSD


NetBSD has had support for cross compilation for some time now. This talk covers the features and changes in NetBSD enabling a new comer to set out from obtaining a copy of the NetBSD source code and pkgsrc to building an OS & Firmware for an ARM board from scratch on an operating system of their choice.

NetBSD has had support for cross compilation for some time now. This talk covers the features and changes in NetBSD enabling a new comer to set out from obtaining a copy of the NetBSD source code and pkgsrc to building an OS & Firmware for an ARM board from scratch on an operating system of their choice. This was leveraged as the basis for a series of workshops aimed at introducing the NetBSD operating systems to hardware ethusiasts.

The workshops covered: Introducing project rescources (source repo & documentation) Cross compilation with ease The Lua subsystem - a highlevel language interface to the system Working locally using simulation Rapid prototyping with rump Tamper resistence with veriexec

Speakers

Sevan Janiyan

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