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Dienstag, 27. Januar 2009 link

Gustavo Duarte: "Memory management is the heart of operating systems; it is crucial for both programming and system administration. In the next few posts I'll cover memory with an eye towards practical aspects, but without shying away from internals. While the concepts are generic, examples are mostly from Linux and Windows on 32-bit x86. This first post describes how programs are laid out in memory." -- Nicely illustrated.

gpoul 3937 days ago:
great stuff! tnx for the link!

earl 3935 days ago:
You might be also interested in the next part of this series, then: How The Kernel Manages Your Memory.

gpoul 3933 days ago:
tnx. I already subscribed to the RSS feed :-)

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