[ProgClub list] Memory management in C

Asher Glynn asher.glynn at gmail.com
Sun Oct 2 08:43:42 AEDT 2011

> Yep, I might spend some time fixing up that article, because there is
>> nothing that really draws out the distinction between kernel/user mode
>> and how processes work.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/**System_call#Processor_mode_**
> and_context_switching<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_call#Processor_mode_and_context_switching>
> Let's see how long that lasts. :)

OK, missed the subtlety of what you were talking about - my fault for
multitasking, ironically. The use of "kernel" here is a little different to
what I thought we were talking about before, not that thats an excuse, but
you are quite right.

However, having pointed that out, any suggestions about how you'd use
registers to pass information between processes?
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