A kernel is the heart of almost every operating system. It is always loaded in memory at any time and deals with the hardware to provide an interface for the software. It also manages peripherals, memory, interrupts, and processes. Examples of widely used kernels include Windows NT and Linux.
The Serenity Operating System 🐞
:floppy_disk: A minimal, experimental and "toy" monolithic kernel to learn about OS development // Work In Progress
Yet another *nix distro fetching program, but less complex.
Cheat sheet about stuff others might find interesting
multiplayer arcade game for bare metal Raspberry Pi 3 B+
A Zig implementation of the stivale2 boot protocol
A brief example of the use of the Zigvale library in a bare-bones kernel.