Determing “two” problems in set of code
My assumption is that the global variable "next_child_to_run" should be wrapped in a mutex semaphore to prevent accidental access by two threads at the same time. I'm having trouble determining the other problem, should the scheduler_wake_up flags also be wrapped in a mutex? preventing the scheduler from getting a false flag reading?
Can you work on a 128-bit OS before a 128-bit processor comes out, or do you have to wait for a 128-bit processor to work on it?
operating system and concurrent threads
On a system on which the PIC does not support masking, how does software disablement of hard interrupts work?
OS basic graphic driver
What is the true difference between a real mode program and a protected mode program?
How are datatypes that need more than 32 bits stored in a 32 bit OS
How user programs like in Java, make system calls/ call kernel subroutines?
Solution to Critical Section Issue
How can Nucleus get the ID list?
To find execution time on a mult-icore machine
Raspberry Pi bare metal programming
mavericks macports installed outdated
Os fingerprinting with MAC address
How to get return value using Fork() in NachOs?
What exactly happens when an OS goes into kernel mode?
Need for Direct Memory Acess