How does keyboard or other I/O devices work before operaing system boots?
How does keyboard and other I/O devices work before booting of OS.For example: when i have to choose which OS to boot at grub menu?
Because basic devices like the keyboard can be controlled by the BIOS.
Before the Operating System is loaded the BIOS is in-charge of controlling the the i/o devices.
Why xv6 scheduler calls sti() in the begining of every loop?
How do i find bits in virtual and physical address?
Why not to double number of registers for fast syscalls?
can i use pen drive for booting os into beagle board xm instead of sd card
How to Calculate Effective Access Time
Had 16-bit DOS a memory access limitation of 1 MB? If yes, how?
Determine addresses and page table size
How to detect operating system with GIMP scheme?
Does ARM have any mechanism like the VESA/VGA text mode console on x86?
What is greater logical address or physical address?
index allocation maximum file size
Random access alternative to named pipes
How to determine how many entries there are in a page table
NTFS vs FAT32 Search Time
What does a valid idle thread implementation look like?
basic CPU scheduling “waiting to ready”