Driver laboratory classes on university
mrunal.gawade at gmail.com
Fri Aug 9 12:13:14 EDT 2013
Please have a look at OS 161 from Harward.
On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 4:31 PM, Matthias Brugger <matthias.bgg at gmail.com>wrote:
> I did a operating system laboratory class at BarcelonaTech.
> It consists in adding basic functionality to an existing OS (it was
> based on Linux 2.4). This included adding system call table, process
> scheduling and semaphore support (as far as I remember).
> As a second part we had to implement a kernel module which these days
> was able to count several system calls before executing them.
> I have the source code, you can find it on my blog (see below) but I'm
> not sure if I have the instructions for the assignments...
> 2013/8/8 <Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu>:
> > On Thu, 08 Aug 2013 10:52:27 +0530, Rohan Puri said:
> >> One way to look for bugs is go through the list in bugzilla. link
> >> https://bugzilla.kernel.org/
> > That may not be the best place to find bugs suitable for a university
> > class. Quite often, a bug is opened in bugzilla only because it's
> > a particularly hard one that even the guy who originally wrote the
> > code involved hasn't been able to figure out in several days of trying.
> > If it's in the bugzilla, it's probably relating to a problem with
> > specific hardware/BIOS levels, or it's a *very* subtle bug involving
> > race/locking conditions or lifetime/refcount issues or similar problems.
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