An online book that talks about the linux kernel, how it boots up, and the theory and practice behind the subsystems.
Awesome list of curated hacking infosec pentesting resources.
A utility that uninstalls all of the cruft from Windows that turns it into a 15 gigabyte disk hog right off the DVD.
Courtesy of NetBSD, a rump kernel allows the development of device drivers which can be compiled into a monolithic kernel, compiled as a loadable kernel module, or run in userspace like any other process. This also means that they can be written portably, i.e., they can potentially run on multiple operating systems. It's also possible to write a very simple kernel which acts like a framework to run these drivers in (hence, rump /kernel/).
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