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How Genode came to the RISC-V CPU architecture
By Thom Holwerda, submitted by cbass on 2016-03-22 22:22:20

As a follow-up to Genode's 16.02 release, the project just published an in-depth article describing the experience with the RISC-V architecture and the steps taken to enable Genode on this platform.

The article is targeted at enthusiasts interested in the practical use of RISC-V and can also be used as a guideline on how to bring Genode to a different CPU architecture.

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