Talk:Single address space operating system
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Stub? more like super-stub. I can't beleive this is the best result I can get for a Google search for "SASOS kernel"
Wonder if AmigaOS is a SASOS. Ok it as a single address space (as many other basic systems...) but is it really "shared" ?
I'd appreciate a citation or reference to justify this addition.
--Goulu 11:58, 27 September 2011 (UTC)
- What is definition of "shared" here? There is no memory protection and applications can pass data to each others without copying. I tried to find references but found nothing. The best description could be Exec message passing... Xorxos (talk) 19:57, 28 September 2011 (UTC)
- The Amiga used the TRIPOS operating system, which was indeed an single address space system (necessary to hit the low price point, it used a stock 68000 without any MMU hardware).