Ruby based operating system

Is there a Ruby superset that can access low level methods, and can I use that superset to write a bootloader + micro/picokernel?

@mibuna asks a question about writing a bootloader and micro/picokernel in Ruby and you @RafeBurns tell him to buy WIndows—unbelievable.
It’s irrelevant, and how much is Microsoft paying you to shill for them?

@Hermes there are a lot of trolls here who write realistic looking posts just to waste everyone’s time because they’re complete psychopaths. It’s usually easy to tell them apart from normal users. They usually include a spam link for something that is illegal, not free/open-source, or not relevant to Ruby. In some cases, they don’t include a link, but their message lacks a very obviously required piece of information that a normal user would have provided.

And, if you challenge them, unlike normal users who might provide you with real evidence that they are real, trolls will just get too defensive and try to turn the tables by attacking you instead without providing you with any real evidence that they’re not trolls, yet just vague references to pseudo evidence that’s as fake as their previous posts by missing important pieces of information.

Welcome to Ruby Forum. Hahaha. Hopefully, with more real people joining here, the trolls are scared away into not posting BS posts anymore. But, certainly don’t waste effort responding to them. They’re not important or worth anyone’s time or attention. I always happily ignore them. That discourages them from posting again.

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:+1: Thanks for the advice.

Let me try to answer as per my experience
Writing a bootloader and micro/picokernel is a complex and specialized task that requires a deep understanding of computer architecture and operating systems. If you are interested in this type of programming, you may want to start by learning lower-level languages such as C or assembly language, which are more commonly used for these types of projects.
Hope this will be helpful for you