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By Tanenbaum A.S.

For software program improvement pros and computing device technology scholars, glossy working platforms supplies a great conceptual assessment of working method layout, together with precise case reviews of Unix/Linux and home windows 2000. Readers acquainted with Tanenbaum's prior textual content, working platforms, comprehend the writer is a brilliant proponent of straightforward layout and hands-on experimentation. His past ebook got here bundled with the resource code for an working method known as Minux, an easy version of Unix and the platform utilized by Linus Torvalds to increase Linux. even though this ebook doesn't include any resource code, he illustrates lots of his issues with code fragments (C, frequently with Unix process calls).

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Client prints “hello, world\n” string on display 2. Client sends “hello” string to telnet server Local telnet client Remote telnet server 4. Telnet server sends “hello, world\n” string to client Important Themes 3. 15 Using telnet to run hello remotely over a network. local machine to connect to a telnet server on a remote machine. After we log in to the remote machine and run a shell, the remote shell is waiting to receive an input command. 15. After we type the “hello” string to the telnet client and hit the enter key, the client sends the string to the telnet server.

Special thanks to Inge Frick, who identified a subtle deep copy bug in our lock-and-copy example, and to Ricky Liu, for his amazing proofreading skills. Our Intel Labs colleagues Andrew Chien and Limor Fix were exceptionally supportive throughout the writing of the text. Steve Schlosser graciously provided some disk drive characterizations. Casey Helfrich and Michael Ryan installed and maintained our new Core i7 box. Michael Kozuch, Babu Pillai, and Jason Campbell provided valuable insight on memory system performance, multi-core Preface systems, and the power wall.

Although hello is a very simple program, every major part of the system must work in concert in order for it to run to completion. In a sense, the goal of this book is to help you understand what happens and why, when you run hello on your system. We begin our study of systems by tracing the lifetime of the hello program, from the time it is created by a programmer, until it runs on a system, prints its simple message, and terminates. As we follow the lifetime of the program, we will briefly introduce the key concepts, terminology, and components that come into play.

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