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Zilog and Z80 are registered trademarks of Zilog, Inc. MODERN OPERATING SYSTEMS FOURTH EDITION ANDREW S. TANENBAUM HERBERT BOS Vrije. About the Author. MODERN OPERATING. SYSTEMS. SECOND EDITION by Andrew S. Tanenbaum. Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR. ISBN , . Other bestselling titles by Andrew S. Tanenbaum It explains in detail how modern networks Operating Systems: Design and Implementation, 2nd edition.
Virtual Memory — Paging 1 Figure Paging 2 Figure Relation between virtual addresses and physical memory addresses given by page table. Paging 3 Figure Structure of Page Table Entry Figure A typical page table entry.
Speeding Up Paging Paging implementation issues: Translation Lookaside Buffers Figure A TLB to speed up paging. Multilevel Page Tables Figure The clock page replacement algorithm. The function w k. Working Set Page Replacement 1 Figure The working set is the set of pages used by the k most recent memory references.
Page replacement algorithms discussed in the text. Summary of Page Replacement Algorithms Figure Separate Instruction and Data Spaces Figure Two processes sharing the same program sharing its page table. Shared Pages Figure Shared Libraries Figure A shared library being used by two processes.
Segmentation 1 A compiler has many tables that are built up as compilation proceeds. Segmentation 2 Figure In a one-dimensional address space with growing tables. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Operating Systems in Depth - T.
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Santosh Parvatikar. Ravi Kumar. Anonymous jAN9qmeV. Nihitha Mohan. Online forums are another means for support, with notable examples being LinuxQuestions.
Linux distributions host mailing lists ; commonly there will be a specific topic such as usage or development for a given list. There are several technology websites with a Linux focus.
Print magazines on Linux often bundle cover disks that carry software or even complete Linux distributions. The free software licenses , on which the various software packages of a distribution built on the Linux kernel are based, explicitly accommodate and encourage commercialization; the relationship between a Linux distribution as a whole and individual vendors may be seen as symbiotic.
One common business model of commercial suppliers is charging for support, especially for business users.
A number of companies also offer a specialized business version of their distribution, which adds proprietary support packages and tools to administer higher numbers of installations or to simplify administrative tasks. Another business model is to give away the software in order to sell hardware.
As computer hardware standardized throughout the s, it became more difficult for hardware manufacturers to profit from this tactic, as the OS would run on any manufacturer's computer that shared the same architecture. Programming on Linux[ edit ] Linux distributions support dozens of programming languages. First released in , the LLVM project provides an alternative cross-platform open-source compiler for many languages.
A common feature of Unix-like systems, Linux includes traditional specific-purpose programming languages targeted at scripting , text processing and system configuration and management in general. Linux distributions support shell scripts , awk , sed and make. Many programs also have an embedded programming language to support configuring or programming themselves.
For example, regular expressions are supported in programs like grep and locate , the traditional Unix MTA Sendmail contains its own Turing complete scripting system, and the advanced text editor GNU Emacs is built around a general purpose Lisp interpreter.