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Hey everyone i as a student of Computer Science need ideas for project in Operating System course......It is restricted to be on Linux and can be coded on only C/ C++......Please any ideas are welcome and reference material as well


Thanks!

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    [QUOTE=BestJewSinceJC;1157972]Write a scheduling algorithm for the OS.[/QUOTE] a homework scheduler :) Read More

  • As long as one brain is on a different CPU... lol Read More

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    Salem 5,138   7 Years Ago

    Hemisphere:n Divides the brain into two equally redundant halves. It might be dual core, but if the lazy.sys device driver is loaded, then not a lot happens for most of the time. When it does eventually wake up, it's mostly concerned with loading fresh data through the cereal port :) Read More

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    the lack of that homework scheduler? Read More

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Do something about how lazy kids can't ever come up with their own project ideas.
It's a sure winner, and you can use yourself as an example of just such a kid.

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I dont understand how can i use this idea for a Linux based Operating System project!

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> a homework scheduler
Yeah, first the homework gets scheduled to be run on brain #1, but brain #1 is too dumb / lazy / thinking about the weekend.
So it tries to get the homework scheduled on brain #2 instead.

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Hemisphere:n Divides the brain into two equally redundant halves.

It might be dual core, but if the lazy.sys device driver is loaded, then not a lot happens for most of the time.

When it does eventually wake up, it's mostly concerned with loading fresh data through the cereal port :)

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References for OS Scheduling algorithm would be welcome..... and also for kernel programming please ......... I am thinking of programming a small kernel with limited features and having Non preemptive scheduling algorithm........So any kind of help or reference material is welcome....!

And thanks everyone for the ideas!

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Well em doing that but if u guyz do have anything that will help me please do share it with me!

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Well em not creative enough thats why i post my querries like the above and in the link mentioned, they are of the same type .... yeah u r right it really suck out the life out of forums...... by the way thanks for the cure i will next time keep this in mind and then ask a question :)

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References for OS Scheduling algorithm would be welcome..... and also for kernel programming please ......... I am thinking of programming a small kernel with limited features and having Non preemptive scheduling algorithm........So any kind of help or reference material is welcome....!

And thanks everyone for the ideas!

Read... an OS textbook.

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