Using GCC as cross-compiler with x86_64 target

This post is a little rough, and is intended both as a memory aid for myself and as an example for anyone else who needs to know this stuff. I’ve recently decided to push toward x86_64 support in my toy/research OS project, and needed to build a GCC cross compiler for that target. In myContinue reading “Using GCC as cross-compiler with x86_64 target”

Just checking in…

Wow, so my last post was September? That’s just not good blogging, and for that I apologise… There’s been a lot going on, but this is no time for excuses – I’m just posting this to let you all know that I’m still here, still writing code (lately, not as much as I’d like, butContinue reading “Just checking in…”

Creating a bootable hard-disk image with Grub2

Creating a Qemu hard-disk image that boots with Grub2 is, as it turns out, not too difficult. Unfortunately though, the steps you need to get it working are not completely obvious, and documentation is still pretty sparse (probably because Grub2 is still quite new). In this post I’ll run through how I got it working,Continue reading “Creating a bootable hard-disk image with Grub2”

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