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A good book for Operating Systems


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runo

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Hi all,

Do you know any good books in OS?
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This semester I'm taking an Intro to Operating Systems course, along with my Java and MySQL.. We're using Guide to Operating Systems by Michael Palmer. I can't tell you much about it, as I have yet to open it.. but that's what college is suggesting, so it may be worth a shot?

Hope this helps,
-Jason
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I would say it depends on what you want to learn about operating systems or what operating system.
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