CS 232 Operating Systems and Networking
Welcome to CS 232, Intro to Operating Systems and Networking at
Students successfully completing this course
will demonstrate that they:
Understand different ways operating systems can be organized.
Understand the issues in process and thread management,
synchronization, and scheduling.
Understand the issues in memory management and virtual memory systems,
Understand the basic protocols of TCP/IP networking.
Can write programs that run at varying levels in the system,
the user-level (using system calls).
the shell-level (using a shell-script).
the kernel level.
the network level (a client-server application).
Course Practices: We will use these practices in this course to engage with the material:
For more information, please choose a topic from the list below:
- Reading Quizzes
- POGIL exercises
- Programming Assignments
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