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  Wikinfo | Operating system
The operating system takes care such that other applications are able to use memory, input and output devices and have access to the file system.
An operating system is conceptually broken into three sets of components: a shell, a kernel and low-level system utilities.
In some operating systems the shell and the kernel are completely separate entities, allowing you to run varying combinations of shell and kernel (eg Unix), in others their separation is only conceptual (eg Windows).
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Operating_system   (359 words)

 Identifying Important Operating Systems
Information on operating systems and their relative popularity is available from various kinds of sources, including web sites, magazine articles, books, and surveys.
Your final result should be a list of operating systems that are identifiable as important to your users, and therefore important for your programmers, designers, and site architects to accommodate.
When a new operating system — or an upgrade to an existing operating system — is released, you have to be ready to evaluate that operating systems' relevance to your audience.
www.philosophe.com /audience/operating_systems.html   (1413 words)

 CS 551: List of Possible Project Topics
Each computer in a distributed system must have a concept of time relative to the other computers in the system and an efficient means to convey this time to the system in order to provide synchronization between the processes.
While the total body of information concerning this operating system is far too large for a single term project, selective study of one of the suggested topics is feasible.
The Hive OS Team is designing an operating system that is able to operate effectively in a traditional supercomputer environment as well as in a general-purpose, multiprogrammed environment.
www.cs.colostate.edu /~cs551/Project/ListOfTopics.html   (3663 words)

 List of operating systems
Who would like to know whether the operating system with the name xyz really exists or has existed, here is a good point of start.
Commercial, free and operating systems developed at universities as well as their derivatives are included.
Operating systems with only different version number are considered only if they are technically clearly different.
www.operating-system.org /betriebssystem/_english/os-liste.htm   (148 words)

 LinuxSA Mailing List: Re: Operating systems.
I was once told that it was because they wanted to be exactly different from the existing systems of the day when they were developing the first versions of DOS; they called it "innovation" and said it was for "ease of use".
There are SCSI problems on all systems though so if you're having problems configuring it (rather than the fact that there is no driver for it) just keep beating away at it and it will conceede defeat some time.
I have seen this when I was working with computers years ago, and still see it now when parents buy their young kids a computer for school, and can't work out how to install this new $700 M$ office package so the kids can do their homework.
www.linuxsa.org.au /mailing-list/2000-12/968.html   (1793 words)

 CS 736 - Advanced Operating Systems - Project List
A file system can be viewed as a large, complex data structure (i.e., consisting of a superblock, i-nodes, indirect blocks, and data blocks).
This will involve understanding the file system data structures of a particular OS (e.g., Linux or Windows), traversing those structures by reading from the raw disk device, determining what information is interesting, and innovating in how to display this complex information simply.
You might make such a system smarter by attempting to obtain vertical information, such as on which floor you are (might be obtained by inferring from which base station you are receiving, e.g.,).
www.cs.wisc.edu /~bart/736/f2005/project.html   (1202 words)

 Computer Operating Systems
Below is a basic list of the different types of operating systems and a few examples of Operating Systems that fall into each of the categories.
Common questions and answers to operating systems in general can be found on the below operating system question and answers.
Below is a listing of many of the different types of operating systems available today, the dates they were released, the platforms they have been developed for and who developed them.
www.computerhope.com /os.htm   (706 words)

 Review of Operating Systems
As embedded systems (PDAs, cellphones, point-of-sale devices, VCRs, industrial robot control, or even your toaster) become more complex hardware-wise with every generation, and more features are put into them by the day, applications they run require more and more to run on actual operating system code in order to keep the development time reasonable.
Microsoft's attempts at fitting a large unstable desktop-PC operating system, with a hammer, into the stringent requirements of embedded systems are here: Windows CE (which is about to lose its 'CE' part so as to confuse people a bit more) and their latest monster,
Aditya Bansod's OSS and OSS2 are operating system simulators for Windows that implement their own OS ontop, and provide abstraction for local processes.
tunes.org /Review/OSes.html   (3214 words)

 Server Products - Supported Operating Systems
The following table provides a list of supported operating systems for the Intel® Entry Server Board SE7230NH1-E. Each of the listed operating systems was tested for compatibility with Intel® Entry Server Board SE7230NH1-E base system configuration listed in Section 2 of the Tested Hardware and Operating System List document.
Operating systems are supported only with the specified base system configuration(s) with which they were tested.
Operating systems supported by Intel® Server Management software may be different than the operating systems supported by the server board.
www.intel.com /support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-021285.htm   (397 words)

 Popular operating systems list, by The Linux Information Project (LINFO)
The core component, the Hurd (Hird of Unix-replacing daemons) kernel (i.e., the core of the operating system), is still not completed because of its very ambitious goal: to surpass Unix-like kernels in functionality, security and stability while remaining largely compatible with them.
It is unusual among Unix-like operating systems in that it is built on the Mach kernel, which is also used in Mac OS X. Tru64 was originally developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) and called Digital UNIX.
POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface for uniX) is a set of programming interface standards governing how to write source code so that the applications are portable between operating systems.
www.linfo.org /operating_systems_list.html   (1439 words)

 Matt's Link-O-Rama -> CS -> Operating Systems
There is an unending list of Linux distributions, some of which can be found here (a smaller list of the more 'real' ones), as well as one at linuxhq and another at LinuxLinks.
NewtonOS was Apple's OS for their palm-top systems until they cancelled it in 1998 (see their press release for details) and moved everything over to concentrating on using MacOS (though this link only covers OS 9.x, not OS X as well).
AmigaOS is one of those operating systems that was cool, became obsolete and passe, and just refuses to die.
www.over-yonder.net /~fullermd/links/cs_os_list.php   (1848 words)

 Default Operating System - WorldStart Computer Tips and Computer Help
If you are experiencing the "more than one" operating system on your computer too, you must be familiar with the options list appearing on your monitor screen when your Windows is starting up.
This is the list of operating systems that are available on your system and from this list, you can easily select which operating system you want to load.
The other option specifies the seconds of the list of operating systems list that is shown on your screen.
www.worldstart.com /tips/tips.php/3144   (829 words)

 ThinkQuest : Library : Operating Systems
Many people are using computers with different operating systems, both at home and in the office.
The computer's functions, a vocabulary of terms, operating systems, hardware, a historical time line, and a bibliography page all help users obtain a better understanding of this subject.
In the advent of Windows as the most popular Operating System and computers as a major power in marketing and other company types, programmers have become staple in almost all corporations.
www.thinkquest.org /library/cat_show.html?cat_id=139   (761 words)

 List of operating systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amiga Unix (Amiga ports of Unix System V release 3.2 with Amiga A2500UX and SVR4 with Amiga A3000UX.
JX Java operating system that focuses on a flexible and robust operating system architecture developed as an open source system by the University of Erlangen.
Oberon operating system/(developed at ETH-Z├╝rich by Niklaus Wirth et al) for the Ceres and Chameleon workstation projects.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_operating_systems   (2116 words)

 Operating Systems II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Brown, Aaron, Seltzer, Margo, "Operating System Benchmarking in the Wake of Lmbench: A Case Study of the Performance of NetBSD on the Intel x86 Architecture," Proceedings of the 1997 Sigmetrics Conference, Seattle, WA, June 1997, 214-224.
Lauer, Hugh, "Observations on the Development of an Operating System," Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Pacific Grove CA, December 1981, pp.
Vogels, W., "File System Usage in Windows NT 4.0", Proceedings of the 17th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Operating Systems Review, Vol.
www.cs.columbia.edu /~nieh/teaching/e6118_s00/papers   (2098 words)

 27 Resources on List of Operating System - Listible!
Unix or UNIX is a computer operating system originally developed in the 1960s and 1970s by a group of ATandT Bell Labs employees including Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and Douglas McIlroy.
MenuetOS is a hobby Operating System for the PC written entirely in 64bit assembly language, and released under License.
The system as a whole is likely to feel tantalizingly familiar to Unix users but at the same time quite foreign.
www.listible.com /list/list-of-operating-system   (1257 words)

 Top Ten List - Understanding Personal Operating Systems
In the following list, I'll be explaining the 10 most important roles and points about what operating systems are and how they work, using the computer metaphor whenever possible.
And while we're on this point, I want to say that I think that most humans are simply using the OS that came with their 'computer' meaning that we've simply adopted the one that our parents or culture has used for a long time and included along with our upbringing.
(FYI, parents teach their kids application programs AND a default operating system, just as most Intel-based computers come preinstalled with Windows 95 as the operating system.) And it may well be a great system, but I feel that you have the right to replace all or part of it with one of YOUR choice.
coachville.com /tl/attractionu/new/topten102.html   (3754 words)

 Starshine: Jim: Operating Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This is called a "capabilities system" (which I guess was first used in the Hydra operating system and to a lesser degree in Multics) To learn more about KeyKOS you might want to peruse its documentation.
The EROS Operating System is based on KeyKOS and is intended to be a "pure capabilities system." You can learn more about this by reading about Jonathan S. Shapiro's Seminar on Rehosted Operating Systems.
Someone as suggested that my list is just not complete without references to a couple of the "mainstream underdogs" like BeOS and OS/2.
www.starshine.org /jimd/os.html   (706 words)

 Operating Systems Reading List for the
The following references cover the topics of which every researcher in operating systems should be aware.
Symposium on Operating System Principles, December ACM PDF 1995.
One of the best ways to understand operating systems concepts is to look at specific operating systems such as: UNIX [Ritc78], V[Cher88], Mach[Youn87], Multics[Corb72], OS/360 and MVS[Ausl81], Tandem NonStop[Bart81], VM/370[Seaw79], and Windows NT[Cust92].
www-cs-students.stanford.edu /phd/OSReadingList.php   (1482 words)

 Operating Systems the CSC distributes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
One of the most popular services we offer is providing CD copies of Free Software and Open Source operating system distributions for anyone who asks.
As well, we can download any Free operating system to burn on CD upon request.
Unfortunately, we cannot share non-Free operating systems or software with you, due to various legal restrictions.
www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca /office/operating-systems.html   (118 words)

 Operating systems for the Web - Network World
The central idea of a Web operating system is to provide a desktop (or Webtop) in a Web browser that is similar in function to a PC desktop.
To be an operating system, it needs to have applications (or Weblications, as they have been called) along with management tools.
Exactly what constitutes a Web operating system is debatable, but in general at the client end a Web browser is responsible for rendering the user interface and handling user interaction as well as performing some or all of the processing.
www.networkworld.com /columnists/2006/101606gearhead.html   (609 words)

 Open Directory - Computers: Software: Operating Systems: x86   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Download Operating System: LSD - By LadSoft; developed years ago and improved since then; planed for redesign to make a viable OS; updates soon.
Synapse Operating Services - Protected mode, multitasking support, 32-bit; developed on x86-32, intended to run on x86-64 with some changes; DOS-like, but not fully compatible, use: to run ported DOS programs up to 512K.
Visopsys - VISual OPerating SYStem: small, fast, home-brewed, open source OS kernel for x86.
dmoz.org /Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/x86   (500 words)

 Open Directory - Computers: Software: Operating Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
How Stuff Works: Operating Systems - Unbiased enlightening tutorial with impartial description of how OSs work, and many related links.
Internet Operating System Counter - Statistics on Internet OS use, WWW, FTP, and News servers.
Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter - The web-based operating system quality and approval metric.
dmoz.org /Computers/Software/Operating_Systems   (135 words)

 FalconStor Software // Proven Data Protection
Please contact the vendor for their list of supported operating systems.
Click here for a list of certified disk arrays and JBODs that can be used for virtualized storage with IPStor.
Click here for a list of operating systems and clustering software that have been certified for IPStor Servers, Clients, Agents, NIC Express.
www.falconstor.com /en/support/?pg=Matrix   (267 words)

 Canonical list of operating systems that suck
The answer, as we all know, is no. All operating systems suck.
In case you think otherwise, I have compiled the Canonical List of Operating Systems That Suck.
You may also be interested in the Operating System Hall of Shame.
linuxmafia.com /cabal/os-suck.html   (374 words)

 Operating Systems - Reading List
Systems Deadlocks, ACM Computing Surveys, 3(2):67-78, June 1971.
McKusick, M. K., Joy, W. N., Leffler, S. J., and Fabry, R. Fast File System for UNIX, ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, Vol.
You will be responsible for reading and preparing a summary of one paper per week, due before our weekly meetings.
www.cs.northwestern.edu /~fabianb/classes/OSReading.html   (299 words)

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