How to Make a Computer Operating System from Scratch using C/C++ (Samy Pesse)

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How to Make a Computer Operating System from Scratch using C/C++ (Samy Pesse)

This book teaches readers how to create a computer operating system from scratch in C/C++. Not only a "proof-of-concept," but a very basic UNIX-based operating system is what is intended. The operating system must be able to boot, launch a userland shell, and support extensions.

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