Author: Virgil Dupras <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2022 12:51:24 -0400
README: remove bad example
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
@@ -106,16 +106,8 @@ give you ample wiggling space for your hacking session.
To be clear: this is also possible with a custom made BSD or Linux, but you're
going to have to strip a lot of pieces from your distro before you get there
and some of those pieces might be useful debugging tools which will be
-difficult to retrofit because they need a wider system.
-For example, you could imagine some kind of setup where you start your kernel
-with a shell as your init(1) so that you don't have any other service running.
-This could work. But then, how exactly are you going to do the poking? Compile
-a custom made assembler or C source file? You need disk access for that. In
-Dusk, every piece of logic loaded from mass storage stays in global memory,
-ready to be used without any I/O involved. You can mess with your driver words,
-experiment, poke, you're in control. Just take care of not permanently frying
+difficult to retrofit because they need a wider system. You'll also need a
+higher cognitive space to fit BSD/Linux wider abstractions in your mind.