It looks like the blog posts, particularly the “all aboard” series were lost in the switch to the new site design. Is there any plan to bring these back up or at the very least post their text contents here? I’m particularly interested in “All Aboard, Part 7: Entering and Exiting the Linux Kernel on RISC-V” and “All Aboard, Part 9: Paging and the MMU in the RISC-V Linux Kernel” since there is a scarcity of other resources online to learn about this.
Yes, the blogs will be brought back, there is an open bug report for this against the new web site.
Unfortunately the internet archive doesn’t seem to have cached the more recent posts in the series (https://web.archive.org/web/20180825194645/https://www.sifive.com/blog/2017/10/23/all-aboard-part-7-entering-and-exiting-the-linux-kernel-on-risc-v/) gives a 404.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but we’ve finally brought the blog back online! All the old links should still work, but please let us know if you encounter any dead links.
As a potentially useful tip, the source text for the articles is in the GitHub repo here:
The *.md files there are problably what you want.