OS lab project
As part of your lab work and the Operating Systems coursework, the OS lab project consists of 4 programming tasks based around adding functionality to the Pintos operating system. The tasks are to be completed in groups of 2 - 4. As the exercises will take up most of the Spring term, it is recommended that you find your group members and get started as soon as possible.
OS Lab (Pintos) Documentation
The official OS lab documentation and task guide provides a breakdown of the Pintos operating system and a guide to the tasks you need to complete as part of the project. This documentation can be found on Piazza.
As with the lab last term, we will be using Piazza to post lab materials and host a discussion forum. You are encouraged to use this to post questions and have them answered outside of lab hours.
The OS lab project will be supported by a series of optional mini lectures, each of roughly 30 minutes in duration. These extra lectures are intended to help you better understand the codebase and task requirements.
The mini lecture schedule can be found on the classes Piazza discussion forum.
The individual task deadlines can be found on CATe.
The OS lab project at Imperial College London is based on the CS.140 Pintos project developed by Ben Pfaff at Stanford University. Additional modifications were made to the documentation and code when adapting it for use at Imperial College by Mark Rutland, Feroz Abdul Salam, Fabio Luporini and Mark Wheelhouse.