by Richard A. Burgess
Publisher: Sensory Publishing 1999
Number of pages: 667
Originally titled Developing Your Own 32 Bit Operating System this book shows you how one man built a complete, 32 bit operating system for the Intel processors from scratch, running on processors from the 80386, all the way up to the Pentium III.
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