Kevin Lo is an OpenBSD developer and a teacher at Kaiping Vocational School.
Building an OpenBSD Live CD
Publish Date: Jul. 14, 2005
Linux isn't the only operating system that boots and runs off a CD. OpenBSD does as well. Kevin Lo uses his for didactic purposes, but this is a good example for taking your desktop or firewall along with you. Here's how to build and customize an OpenBSD installation on a CD.
Adding System Calls (an OpenBSD Example)
Publish Date: Oct. 9, 2003
Kernel programming sometimes feels like a dark art where application programmers should never venture, but sometimes it's the right way to solve a problem. (Oh, and it's also very interesting.) One of the easiest places to start is by adding a new system call to a kernel. Kevin Lo explains how and why, with the OpenBSD kernel.
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