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An anykernel is a special kernel type where the drivers may reside in the kernel space and/or the user space. This design attempts to combine the advantages of both monolithic kernels and microkernels. An anykernel is not the same as a hybrid kernel. With a hybrid kernel, some of the operating system service are in the user space and some are in the kernel space. However, the components cannot be switched between these two spaces. As for the anykernel, an anykernel can have a particular driver in the kernel space and later have that driver in the user space.
- Exokernel - http://dcjtech.info/topic/about-exokernels/
- Hybrid Kernels - http://dcjtech.info/topic/quick-explanation-of-hybrid-kernel/
- Microkernels – http://dcjtech.info/topic/about-microkernels/
- Minix Kernel (Essay) - http://dcjtech.info/topic/the-minix-kernel-essay/
- Monolithic Kernels – http://dcjtech.info/topic/a-brief-explanation-of-monolithic-kernels/
- Unikernels - http://dcjtech.info/topic/unikernels-lightweight-kernel-design/
- Very Specialized Kernels - http://dcjtech.info/topic/very-specialized-kernels/
- General Operating System Topics (Article Index) - http://dcjtech.info/topic/general-operating-system-concepts/