Anyway, I'd like to run a kernel written in a memory-safe language that I can also read and understand (personally I'd prefer Go because I'm good at it, and I haven't yet found a resource that made it easy for me to learn Rust, and my Haskell is very rusty (haha)). But I have no idea how it is be done and if it is at all practical (or if not, what's missing). Anyone?

@Xjs nimmt

...wobei ich mir jetzt nicht mehr sicher bin, ob ist 🤷 😄

@bronsen Danke. Das kenne ich oberflächlich, aber es macht Unikernels für spezifische Anwendungen. Ich hätte am liebsten ein Posix ;)

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