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Old 05-19-2006, 12:41 AM   #1
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Redhat Linux Papers

Hi all,

I am doing an undergraduate course on OS and i need to do a detailed analysis on the scheduling algorithm / memory management used by red hat linux. I have always used MS windows and my knowledge about unix/linux is close to nil. If anyone can point me to the right direction would be of great help. I have googled for articles and have not been very unlucky in procuring one. I haved learned so far that companies like red hat provides support/package to the freely available linux on a commercial basis and their site is of not much help to me in terms of what i am looking for.

Looking fwd to some great pointers. Thanks much in anticipation
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Thanks Simon, the paper is really good. Thanks again!


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