The book has a page on Arm's web site:
And if you are quick you can get the ebook for free:
"For a limited time only, we are offering readers free access to the electronic version of the textbook via the Vitalsource Bookshelf platform."
@priryo Thank you!
@Nightingalle Thank you very much! I am quite chuffed about it.
@wim_v12e Is that book written by you?
@toneji Yes, I wrote it with a colleague.
I use Raspbery Pi for hobby.
It's very useful.
Ow, that's too bad!
I can't fix this myself but if you tell me your OS and Firefox version I will pass it on to the publisher.
Wow, wouldn't expect you doing that ... much appreciated
FreeBSD, 69.0.2 (64-bit) running on 1600x900px 96x96dpi screen
@saper OK, I will pass it on. The chances of VitalSource fixing this may not be very high, but if we don't ask we certainly don't get.
@tibike Thank you! It took a long time but we got there in the end ^_^
@wim_v12e very impressive :)
@vancha Thank you! 😊 It is a textbook for Computing Science undergraduate students, so still relatively basic.
@sullybiker Thank you!
@wim_v12e Wow, congratulations! 🎉
@mastoabed Thank you very much! It took a long time but we got there in the end.
@wim_v12e seems to me interesting your work. Too bad I never took very well operative systems. I tell yoy with bad experience in the university I went. It sucks but I ever wanted to learn about OS on Linux. :o
Well, I am forgetting something important: congratulations, bro!
@valdecast Thank you very much, Valde!
I find operating systems interesting but it is not my research focus. But on the whole I would agree that my work is interesting 🙂
@wim_v12e glad to hear it and you're welcome. 🙂
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