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Lectures: MWF 11:30-12:20 MOR 220
Section AA: Thurs 12:30-1:20 MGH 234
Section AB: Thurs 1:30-2:20 MGH 234

Who Office Hours
Steve Gribble, Instructor
gribble at cs.washington.edu

Fridays 12:40pm-1:30pm (CSE578)

Sean Andersen, TA
ando at cs.washington.edu

Wednesdays 3pm-4pm (CSE Lab 002)

Ryan McElroy, TA
arcanius at cs.washington.edu

Thursdays 2:30pm-3:30pm (CSE Lab 002)

(June 3) Here is the example rpc code from today's lecture: rpc_example.tar.gz.
(May 6) Here is the example mmap code from today's lecture: mmap_example.tar.gz.
(Apr 27) Here's an example midterm and solution set from an earlier offering of this course.
(Apr 15) Here is the example code from the process and thread lectures: process_thread_examples.zip, process_thread_examples.tar.gz.
(Mar 30) Ryan will hold office hours starting this week. Sean and Steve will begin their office hours next week.
(Mar 30) Please register for the course mailing list!

Textbooks Required Operating System Concepts (8th Edition), Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne, ISBN 978-0-470-12872-5.

Required, read it online The Linux Kernel, David Rusling.
A locally stored copy is kept here.  No attempt will be made to keep the local copy synch'ed with the official copy.

Strongly encouraged Running Linux (4th Edition), Welsh et al., ISBN 0-596-00272-6.
Unless you are already running a Linux system on a personal machine (and maybe even then) I highly recommend you get this book. Available online through the UW Libraries here.

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