Good To The Last Kernel

December 15th, 2006

Greg Miller describes in excruciating detail (or glorious detail, depending on your perspective) the steps required to compile, load, and unload a simple OS X Kernel Extension.

It’s this kind of detailed analysis combined with a casual writing style that makes for great technical blog entries. File this one under “understanding what the eff is going on with my custom kernel extension.” You’d have no idea where to look if you just took Xcode’s template as a black box.

2 Responses to “Good To The Last Kernel”

  1. Scott Stevenson Says:

    That’s a great blog. Where did you find it?

  2. Daniel Jalkut Says:

    Heh – I’m not sure exactly how I stumbled upon it, but I’ve been subscribed for a few months and it’s consistent. Here’s another classic: Google Calculator from the Command Line

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