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Monolithic Kernel vs. Microkernel

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Posted on 13-12-09 23:17
For anyone that's interested, I found a pretty good read on monolithic kernels and microkernels. If you're interested in the architecture of OSs or how computers work, this is a good read for you.


Here: www.vmars.tuwien.ac.at/courses/akti12/journal/04ss/article_04ss_Roch.pdf


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Posted on 13-12-09 23:37
I don't care too much, but I really do like mach I've only played with a it a bit can't wait untill something I can use day to day is available


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Posted on 13-12-09 23:40
Isn't OS X based on Mach?


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Posted on 13-12-09 23:48
cubix wrote:
Isn't OS X based on Mach?

First I've heard of it, I thought it was darwinia a fork of fbsd or soemthing... not too sure details are all hazy.

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just read through that pdf and it looks liek you're right.




Edited by on 13-12-09 23:50