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No, it's more akin to a unikernel[0]. Technically all kinds of processes will run in a container, but in a unikernel, there is really only one process.

I believe this kernel will similarly run a single ELF binary, but I believe it does do some memory mapping, potentially (I've only scanned it quickly, however).

[0] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unikernel

It does seem like the article author wants to create a separate user and kernel space, something that Unikernels aims to eliminate.

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