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Client Platform Windows NT, Windows 95, WFW (3.11), DOS. Open Systems, S.A. also provides consulting services and technical. support in the following server platforms since 1987
NT Windows 3.11 or via phone at +49 521 9225922 or telefax at +49 521 9225924. BIELEFELD - GERMANY Name : media engineering gmbh Address: Bleichstr. 77a , D-33607 Bielefeld Phone : +49-521-1365640 Fax : +49-521-1365642 eMail : URL : Contact: Dipl.Ing. Hartmut Holzgraefe Type of support: phone, eMail, inhouse, remote administration DREIEICH - GERMANY A. G. Schindler DOS LAN-MAN, WFW PISA - ITALY I3 ICUBE s.r.l. Via Pascoli 8 56125 PISA (PI) ITALY tel: 050/503202 fax: 050/504617 contact person: Marco Bizzarri e-mail: www: Our company offers commercial support to integrate eterogenous networks. We can provide support for the following architectures: Windows: Windows for Workgroup Windows 95 Windows NT Unix: Linux Solaris Digital Unix Macintosh ROME - ITALY Company: Pantheon Srl Via del Tritone 132 00187 ROME - ITALY Phone/Fax: +39 6 47823666 URL: Contact: Dario Centofanti

2. História E Desenvolvimento Do Sistema Operativo Unix
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História e desenvolvimento do Sistema Operativo Unix Desde o momento em que “fugiu” aos , no inicio dos anos 70, o sucesso do sistema operativo Unix deu origem a inúmeras e diferentes versões: aqueles que tinham acesso (naquela altura gratuíto) ao sistema Unix começaram a desenvolver as suas próprias versões, consoante as suas necessidades. Universidades, institutos de pesquisa. Corpos governamentais e companhias de computadores, todas começaram a usar o poderoso sistema Unix para desenvolverem muitas das tecnologias que hoje fazem parte do próprio sistema Unix Sistemas de controlo de produção, laboratórios de simulação e até mesmo a Internet conheceram o seu inicio de “vida” com e por causa dos sistemas Unix . Hoje em dia, sem estes sistemas, a Internet tornar-se-ia um pesadelo para os seus utilizadores. Grande parte das chamadas telefónicas não puderiam ser realizadas, o comercio electrónico seria extremamente lento e nunca teria existido o “Jurassic Park”. Nos finais dos anos 70, deu-se o auge da expansão do Unix . Por esta altura alunos não-e pós-graduados cujo trabalho de laboratório tornou pioneiro todas estas aplicações tecnológicas, alcançaram o poder de gerir o tomar decisões dentro das companhias de fornecimento de sistemas de computadores e entre os seus consumidores. Depressa, todos os grandes fornecedores, e muitos pequenos também, comercializavam os seus próprios sistemas

3. Software Compatible Guide: Continuous And Laser Checks And Forms
OneWrite Plue 4.6 (DOS) Open Systems (Ver. 2.0) Open Systems (Ver. 3.0) Open Systems (Ver. 3.3) Open Systems (Ver. 4.0 - 5.0) Open Systems Open for Business

4. TAJ, An Object Oriented Operating System | Taj OS Home Page | Download | FAQ | T
TAJ is an object oriented operating system written in C++. It is a multitasking, multithreading and a multiuser operating system.
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The word operating system is not new to any computer literate. We all start our day with Windows and end by talking about Linux. We always argue about the performance and efficiency of one over other. Each of this is having its own limitation. Windows is a very good operating system used in almost every personal computer in this world. Whereas Linux is a great open source operating system which is totally free and is used in almost all web servers. Windows is nice but not free and Linux is free and open source but difficult to use. The main power of Linux is C language as it is totally developed in it, but the limitation of C language will definitely affect it too. Since last 30 years Linux is being developed and modified from its old variant UNIX, but now it is reaching to its limit. The size of the codes has increase so much that one global data created in wrong file can crash whole Linux. The day is not far when it will be impossible to add a single line of code without avoiding any ambiguity. So is this an end to a great free, open source operating system? There is always something new when something ends.

5. B Drive - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About B Drive
executable file expanded memory extended memory Gates, Bill Halffter, Ernesto hidden file high memory Hillyer, Robert memory resident MSDOS open systems drive

6. DBLP Bibliography: Operating Systems
Links to many operating systems journals on the web.
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7. 5055 Vehicle Mount Computer
the enterprise with your choice of operating systems, currently including Microsoft Windows 2000, NT, 95 and MSDOS. Open systems
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The rugged Intermec 5055 vehicle mount and stationary computer is designed for data collection applications in warehousing and distribution, manufacturing, transportation, and customer service. The 5055 is engineered to make data collection a seamless part of the enterprise with your choice of operating systems, currently including Microsoft Windows 2000, NT, 95 and MS-DOS.
  • Open systems Faster implementation and support Compact, rugged design Investment protection through modular design Lower overall lifetime cost of ownership Wireless LAN connectivity with WiFi certified 2.4 GHz 802.11b (11Mbps) and OpenAir Wireless scanning

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8. SIGOps
Tutorial for writing an operating system and links to group members projects.
HOME PROJECTS TRAC TALKS ... CONTACT US WELCOME EVENTS Meetings : Sundays 6:00 PM in 1104 Siebel Center. Engineering Open House March 7 - 8 PROJECTS DFE Distributed Fish Environment SIGOps Rover AlectOS TALKS Linux Kernel Module Turotial How to Write Your Own Operating System WELCOME Welcome to SIGOps. SIGOps is an ACM Special Interest Group for Operating Systems at the University Of Illinois Urbana - Champaign [UIUC] . We take interest in anything to do with Operating Systems. New members are always welcome.
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9. DOS 4 - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About DOS 4
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10. CS 3210  Design Of Operating Systems
A course in operating systems with a focus on the design and construction of a modern OS kernel.
CS 3210 2-3-3
Design of Operating Systems Spring 2000, TuTh 1:35-2:25
Chemical Engineering ( Bunger-Henry Building Instructor
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Office Hours: Tu, Th 2:30-3:30 pm and by appointment (in the College Commons) Teaching Assistant
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Course Objectives This is a second course in operating systems with a focus on the design and construction of a modern OS kernel. We will review in depth, fundamental operating system concepts such as booting, system calls, process and thread abstractions, scheduling, synchronization, interprocess communication, memory management (allocation, paging, mapping), file systems, device drivers, and network management. Our aim is to move beyond a simple conceptual familiarity with OS components to a deeper understanding of how such components are realized in a production-quality operating system. This will be a project-oriented course. We will use the

11. Two Year Course Offering
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Two Year Course Offering: PROPOSED TWO-YEAR SCHEDULE OF COURSES REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATES AND ASSOCIATE DEGREES To assist students in planning their schedules, Columbia College has prepared a proposed listing of courses to be offered for the next two years. This list is subject to change due to fiscal constraints and availability of staff and/or facilities. COURSE FALL SPR. FALL SPR. ANTHROPOLOGY 1 Physical Anthropology yes no yes no 2 Cultural Anthropology yes yes yes yes 3 Current Issues no no no no 15 Native People North America yes no no no ART 1 Basic Freehand Drawing yes no yes no 2 Basic Color and Design no yes no yes 9A Life Drawing: Beginning yes yes yes yes 13 Art of Africa, Asia, Americas no no no no 21A Painting: Beginning yes yes yes yes 23A Watercolor: Beginning no yes no yes 31 Ceramics: Introductory yes yes yes yes 40 Photography: Beginning yes yes yes yes 41 Photography: Intermediate no no no yes 42 Color Photography no no yes no 45 Field Photography no no no no 48 Special Topics in Photography yes no no no 71 Intro to Ceramic Sculpture yes yes yes yes AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 2 Introduction to Auto. Tech. yes no yes no

12. Yet Another Object Oriented Operating System
A project of developing new object oriented operating system.

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13. Ace OS - Home
An open source operating system for X86 architecture. It also contains documents, specifications explaining various hardware.
var sc_project=176612; Home About Architecture Drivers ... Downloads You are here : Ace OS Home Welcome to Ace OS Home Page What is Ace? Ace is an operating system. It is free and open source. It is released under GNU General Public License (GPL). To view the GNU GPL click here or visit . Ace OS is still under development and the development is more focusing on the Kernel concepts. Ace is developed from a scratch none of its module is copied from Linux or any other OS.
Usage: Ace OS is developed for academic and research purposes. You can use Ace OS to study Operating System and Kernel Papers, because it is small and may be simple. Or you can use Ace OS for any purpose by modifing the source code.
Development: Ace OS Kernel modules are developed by absorbing the interesting, easy, effective concepts used by other Operating Systems. Most of its concepts coming from Windows NT and some from Linux and other open source operating systems. Currently the development focus on the kernel. No application is developed until now (Except the Shell - which is technically a application). The kernel is developed using the freely available Assembly and C compilers - NASM, Mingw and DJGPP. The Architecture page contains the technical architecture of Ace OS.

14. House (operating System) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia article, with links to many related topics.
House (operating system)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search House Programmed in Haskell Latest stable release 0.8.93 / January 22, 2009 ; 21 months ago Default user interface Graphical user interface License BSD License Official website House is an acronym for the Haskell User's Operating System and Environment . It is an experimental operating system written in Haskell . It was written to explore system programming in a functional programming language It includes a graphical user interface , several demos, and its network protocol stack provides basic support for Ethernet ARP DHCP ICMP (ping), UDP TFTP , and TCP
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15. HowStuffWorks "How Operating Systems Work"
Unbiased enlightening tutorial with impartial description of how OSs work, and many related links.; OAS_AD('TopBanner'); HowStuffWorks
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    When you turn on your computer , it's nice to think that you're in control. There's the trusty computer mouse , which you can move anywhere on the screen, summoning up your music library or Internet browser at the slightest whim. Although it's easy to feel like a director in front of your desktop or laptop , there's a lot going on inside, and the real man behind the curtain handling the necessary tasks is the operating system.

    16. Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter
    The web-based operating system quality and approval metric.
    Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter
    Don Marti media empire About the Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter This operating system quality and approval metric is based on a periodic AltaVista search for each of several operating systems, directly followed by "sucks", "rules", or "rocks". We search for all operating system names exactly as shown above, with the exceptions of Mac OS , Mac OS X, and VMS. For Mac OS, we add the search results for the incorrect but common spelling "MacOS". Because Mac OS X is sometimes abbreviated to simply "OS X", the Mac OS X search is just for "OS X" we have not found other instances of this term on the web, so we can use it without confusion. For VMS, we add the results for "OpenVMS". We do not search for any derogatory slang misspellings of any operating system name. Subscribe to the srom-announce mailing list to receive announcements about changes to this site. Sucks-Rules-O-Meter technology is used in this report for The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) (The views and conclusions contained in the document are those of the author and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or the U.S. Government.) Robert P. Munafo has written

    17. Operating System - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    Operating system
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Operating systems Common features
    • Process management Interrupts Memory management File system ... e An operating system OS ) is software , consisting of programs and data, that runs on computers and manages the computer hardware and provides common services for efficient execution of various application software For hardware functions such as input and output and memory allocation , the operating system acts as an intermediary between application programs and the computer hardware, although the application code is usually executed directly by the hardware, but will frequently call the OS or be interrupted by it. Operating systems are found on almost any device that contains a computer—from cellular phones and video game consoles to supercomputers and web servers Examples of popular modern operating systems for personal computers are Microsoft Windows Mac OS X , and GNU/Linux
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        Early computers were built to perform a series of single tasks, like a calculator. Operating systems did not exist in their modern and more complex forms until the early 1960s. Some operating system features were developed in the 1950s, such as monitor programs that could automatically run different application programs in succession to speed up processing. Hardware features were added that enabled use of

    18. Operating Systems Through Time (8-bits)
    A brief history of 8-bit operating systems.
    8-Bit Operating Systems
    This was originally printed in the last issue of Link Magazine , and is reprinted here, with updates, by the author. I finally got off my duff and incorporated all the mail people have been sending me. A few more changes are yet to be made; keep that mail coming. Please do note that, as my consciousness of computer history expands, the title is becoming increasingly inaccurate. For example, I mention nothing of mainframe or minicomputer OSes (mostly due to ignorance) and so I should probably call this " Home Computer Operating Systems Through Time" even though not all of these OSes are purely home computer machines, particularly CP/M. The title is left for historical reasons, though. New changes were last made September 2003. If you have more information about these computer systems, or have info on other systems not mentioned, please mail the maintainer Back to the Computer Workshops home page Correction: The original TRS-80 Model I had a 64x16 screen, though the Model II apparently did have the 80 column one. Thanks to Ricardo Banffy for the correction. Also, I should have been a little more circumspect when I said "underpowered" certainly when the TRS-80s first emerged, when their major competition was the Commodore PET and Apple I/II, they were most certainly

    19. CS322: Operating Systems History
    A Brief History of Computer Operating Systems from the mid 1950s on.
    CS322: A Brief History of Computer Operating Systems
    The Bare Machine
    Stacked Job Batch Systems (mid 1950s - mid 1960s)
    A batch system is one in which jobs are bundled together with the instructions necessary to allow them to be processed without intervention. Often jobs of a similar nature can be bundled together to further increase economy The basic physical layout of the memory of a batch job computer is shown below: The monitor is system software that is responsible for interpreting and carrying out the instructions in the batch jobs. When the monitor started a job, it handed over control of the entire computer to the job, which then controlled the computer until it finished. A sample of several batch jobs might look like: $JOB user_spec ; identify the user for accounting purposes $FORTRAN ; load the FORTRAN compiler source program cards $LOAD ; load the compiled program $RUN ; run the program data cards $EOJ ; end of job $JOB user_spec ; identify a new user $LOAD application $RUN data $EOJ Often magnetic tapes and drums were used to store intermediate data and compiled programs.

    20. V (operating System) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    V (operating system)
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    Not to be confused with System V
    The V operating system (sometimes written V-System ) is a microkernel operating system that was developed by faculty and students in the Distributed Systems Group at Stanford University in the 1980s, led primarily by Prof. David Cheriton . V was the successor to the Thoth and Verax operating systems that Cheriton had worked on previously.
    The original V terminology uses "process" for what is now commonly called a " thread ", and "team" for what is now commonly called a " process " consisting of multiple threads sharing an address space, but this article will use modern terminology.
    The key concepts in V are multithreading and synchronous message passing . Communication between threads in V uses synchronous message passing, with short, fixed-length messages that can include access rights for the receiver to read or write part of the sender's address space before replying. The same message-passing interface is used both between threads within one process, between threads of different processes within one machine, and between threads on different machines connected by a local Ethernet . A thread receiving a message is not required to reply to it before receiving other messages; this distinguishes the model from

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