example Some URL..
which knowledge..etc..
thanks..
Posted on 2003-04-27 23:28:08 by fipl
Umm, you can't exactly learn how to write an OS by reading a book.... and your OS writing skills will be proportional to your information searching skills....
Posted on 2003-04-28 04:18:07 by sluggy
There's books on OS design though. Tanenbaum, iirc. As for the rest, google :-)

One good starting address is http://www.nondot.org/sabre/os/articles
Posted on 2003-04-28 04:20:46 by f0dder
Thanks everyone
donkey:

How to find Bogdan or Spook?

What is their icq number?
Posted on 2003-04-28 10:59:51 by fipl
they're both members on the forum here. I'm sure they'll respond (although spook is very busy currently)

you can also look into floppy linux and BSD distros. They give the source to anything so I assume that would also be good to study.
Posted on 2003-04-28 11:05:02 by Hiroshimator

your OS writing skills will be proportional to your information searching skills....


LOL :alright:
Posted on 2003-04-28 12:31:51 by iblis