Operating System Lab

Course Outcome

CO1:To make students able to learn different types of operating systems along with concept of file systems and CPU scheduling algorithms used, in operating system.

CO2:To provide students knowledge of memory management and deadlock handling  algorithms.

CO3:At the end of the course, students will be able to implement various algorithms required for management, scheduling, allocation and communication, used in operating system.




  • Knowledge of Computer architecture and organization,
  • Knowledge of microprocessor
  • Knowledge of C programming language





  • Tanenbaum A.S., “Operating System Design & Implementation”, Practice Hall NJ.
  • Dietel H. N., “An Introduction to Operating Systems”, Addison Wesley.

Hardware  requirements

  • Computer Systems  : 60/30
  • RAM                           : 1 GB
  • PROCESSOR            : INTEL DUAL CORE 2.0
  • HARD DISK              : 160 GB


Operating System:                               Linux

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