MIT provides MULTICS source and documentation
chris at mainecoon.com
Mon Nov 12 15:57:06 CST 2007
Sean Conner wrote:
> I can think of several thousand that have been made over the past decade,
> all made with the Intel x86 architecture. It even has the segments that
> Multics used. Seems like a perfect match to me.
Hence my question regarding the number of rings used by Multics. Just
because there's multiple contexts doesn't mean that there's _enough_ of
Anyone got an DG Eagle (MV) family machine lying around? It has eight
honest-to-goodness rings and hardware ring call support. Only 32 bits,
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