> Wouldn't removing hard coded address writes (forcing everything through
> a memory allocation manager in the kernel) provide a similar level of
> intervention as the 68K environments I previously mentioned.
You mean changing AmigaOS/MorphOS to something different, inherently incompatible? Then see thread title.
I'm guessing it would have to support privilege levels (or rings). If a legitimate process could use a kernel memory map benignly, then malware could use it just as easily.
I personally wouldn't even begin to know how this could be slotted into MorphOS or even just quark and remain compatible.