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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2004 11:35 am 
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Hey folks ... I'm in the market for a good text on operating systems .. fundamentals to advanced knowledge. Ideas?


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You want one on the internals of all of them? Or specidfic ones? There isn't much "general" info about them. They all work differently.


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Want fundamentals? Try a book on embedded programming. For advanced stuff, you're porbably going to want to check out a few programming-based forums for suggestions.


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There's an Operating Systems book by Tannenbaum.
That's what most good colleges use.

http://www.bookpool.com/.x/pat76ra096/sm/0130313580

I am taking an OS class now, so if you have some easy questions I can help you out.


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Tanenbaum. I put a link to it in the resource guide.


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 Post subject: Re: OS text
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2004 7:46 pm 
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Jipstyle wrote:
Hey folks ... I'm in the market for a good text on operating systems .. fundamentals to advanced knowledge. Ideas?


Do you mean like OS development, design techniques, or The Way Your Favorite OS Works?

For OSDev I use http://www.osdever.net, not a text but a pretty fine resource.
I don't really know about texts, other than the one previously mentioned; however, you could try http://www.osnews.com/, I'm pretty sure they have a Resource section with a couple of books.


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Thanks for the links and suggestions guys. :)


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