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kerr



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Hey, do you have any books on the operating system?
Hi friends,
do you have any books on the operating system?

I am looking for a long time , also didn't find books about fasm write menuetos operating system.
Please recommend it. thank you!

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hi kerr,
you could get useful pdfs if you google "os development pdf"
Post 05 Jun 2016, 18:55
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TmX



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I'm not aware of any textbooks on MenuetOS, or FASM for OS development.
That said, I'd probably recommend "Operating Systems Design and Implementation" by Andrew Tanenbaum.

While most OS textbooks are a bit heavier on algorithm/theory, Tanenbaum's is pretty balanced on theory vs practical issues. It's basically the documentation of MINIX OS itself Smile
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Ville



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If someone wants to write a book about Menuet then go for it Smile However, the system calls and examples should already give a clear image about how the system works, like events, GUI, syscall parameters, etc..
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kerr



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sleepsleep wrote:
hi kerr,
you could get useful pdfs if you google "os development pdf"




hi sleep

You said I have been searching, there is no compilation of examples to write.

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kerr



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TmX wrote:
I'm not aware of any textbooks on MenuetOS, or FASM for OS development.
That said, I'd probably recommend "Operating Systems Design and Implementation" by Andrew Tanenbaum.

While most OS textbooks are a bit heavier on algorithm/theory, Tanenbaum's is pretty balanced on theory vs practical issues. It's basically the documentation of MINIX OS itself Smile




hi TmX

This is the book I was looking for!
But there is no ideal in the use of assembly to write the operating system.

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kerr



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Ville wrote:
If someone wants to write a book about Menuet then go for it Smile However, the system calls and examples should already give a clear image about how the system works, like events, GUI, syscall parameters, etc..




hi ville , i don't know you speak!

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TmX



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Hi kerr,

Actually there's one, and I forget it. Of course not using FASM, though.
FYSOS: The System Core.

Don't forget to check the rest of the series as well Smile
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kerr



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TmX wrote:
Hi kerr,

Actually there's one, and I forget it. Of course not using FASM, though.
FYSOS: The System Core.

Don't forget to check the rest of the series as well Smile




oh,
What is that?
is assembly?

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