ucore os labs was used as OS Experiments in OS Course Of Dept. of Computer Science & Technology, Tsinghua University.
- 2018.04.03：ucore os labs were ported on RISC-V(64bit) CPU（privileged arch spec 1.10). You can access repo's riscv64-priv-1.10 branch. Thanks Zhengxing Shi's great work!
- 2018.03.18: Weixiao Huang provided https://github.com/weixiao-huang/silver-spoon to support os labs in docker environment on windows/macos/linux. details
- 2018.02.03：ucore os labs were ported on RISC-V(32bit) CPU（privileged arch spec 1.10). You can access repo's riscv32-priv-1.10 branch. Thanks Wei Zhang's great work!
OS course for Dept. CS. in Tsinghua Univ., and MOOC OS course
- Chen, Yu: email@example.com http://soft.cs.tsinghua.edu.cn/~chen
- Yong, Xiang: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mao, Junjie: email@example.com
- Zhang, Wei: firstname.lastname@example.org
lab0: preparing lab1: boot/protect mode/stack/interrupt lab2: physical memory management lab3: virtual memory management lab4: kernel thread management lab5: user process management lab6: scheduling lab7: mutex/sync lab8: filesystem
UBUNTU 14.04+: GCC-4.8.2+ CLANG-3.5+ FEDORA 20+: GCC-4.8.2+
0 Get the newest os lab src codes/docs.(Insure you can connect to github in ubuntu running on VrtualBox) 0.1 If you try to get all codes $rm -rf ucore_lab $git clone git://github.com/chyyuu/ucore_os_lab.git $cd ucore_lab 0.2 If you gloned ucore_lab and only try to get the updated codes $cd ucore_os_lab $git pull 1 $cd labX 2 read codes (specially the modified or added files) 3 add your code 4 compile your code $make 5 check your code $make qemu OR $make grade 6 debug your code $make debug 7 handin your code $make handin
Now, ucore suuport LLVM/Clang-3.5 + in step4: $ USELLVM=1 make then you will use clang to compile ucore
Superman: Finish all OS labs in one month by yourself Master: Finish all OS labs in two month by yourself Veteran: Finish all OS labs in three month by yourself Apprentice: Finish all OS labs in one semester with other guy's help
Basic OS labs (for students who learn OS course) The newest lab codes and docs is in https://github.com/chyyuu/ucore_os_lab Advanced OS labs (for OS geeks or hackers or guys with Superman/Master Rank) The newest lab codes and docs is in https://github.com/chyyuu/ucore_plus
Junjie Mao, Yuheng Chen, Cong Liu, Yang Yang, Zhun Qu, Shengwei Ren, Wenlei Zhu, Cao Zhang, Tong Sen, Xu Chen, Cang Nan, Yujian Fang, Wentao Han, Kaichen Zhang, Xiaolin Guo, Tianfan Xue, Gang Hu, Cao Liu, Yu Su,Xinhao Yuan, Wei Zhang, Kaixiang Lei...
Join us, OS research group in Tsinghua Univ.
If you are interested in OS Research/Development, we welcome you to joining our OS research group:
- OS performance improvement for multicore architecture
- fuzzing/symbolic execution technologies on OS for finding kernel bugs
- improving performance and reliability on OS subsystem, such as device driver
- design OS specification and build correct OS
- OS & CPU(such as RISC-V）codesign
- other topics about OS
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ucore is a teaching OS which is derived from xv6&jos in MIT, OS161 in Harvard and Linux.
ucore was developed and used in Department of Computer Science & Technology, Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, Tsinghua University.
The codes in the files that constitute xv6&jos are Copyright (2006-Current) Frans Kaashoek, Robert Morris, and Russ Cox and uses MIT License.
The codes in the files that constitute OS/161 are written by David A. Holland.
The codes in the files that constitute ucore are Copyright (2010-Current) Yu Chen, Naizheng Wang, Yong Xiang and uses GPL License.
The documents in the files that constitute ucore are Copyright (2010-Current) Yu Chen, Yong Xiang and uses Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike (CC-BY-SA) License.