Hurd architecture diagrams [was: Spamming ;)]
>>>>> mil Thomas MANGIN writes:
mTM> And for more information (other than read the source code ;)
There are papers on Mach, pointed at from the GNU web site. Until you
understand the basics of Mach RPC, ports, tasks, threads, and a little
about pagers, Hurd architecture won't make much sense.
There is also a picture available at
http://www.gnu.org/software/hurd/gords-hurd-and-linux.html. The FSF
and other Hurd developers are not responsible for this page, so don't
get any funny ideas.
I hope to have better architecture diagrams and explanation available
in the future, but they're a start.
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