[OT] OS Design Book Recommendations
I was wondering since you were all so helpful about my earlier
programming questions if you wouldn't mind a question about Operating
System books. I am currently considering the following:
Operating System Concepts - 6th Edition Abraham Silberschatz, et al.
Mentioned often but not reviewed that highly
Modern Operating Systems - 2nd Edition Andrew Tanenbaum. Well reviewed.
Applied Operating System Concepts Abraham Siblerschatz, et al.
Anyone have any favorites or any other better suggestions??? I am of
course mostly interested in *nix and possibly the Mach kernel (for the
Hurd) but am really focused on theory, design, etc.
I seek your expert guidance once again.
Debian 3.0r1 "Woody"
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"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving
to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe
trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is
winning." Rich Cook.