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Computer Architecture Pages Back Up sort of
On my home page, there is now a link to the document a document embodying an updated version of the description of a computer architecture formerly on my web site...
i gave presentation at fall '86 european share (SEAS) meeting ... was on the isle of jersey.
"share europe" (seas) url:
SHARE Europe (SEAS)
First device driverhow to get started
says... There is a fairly decent book (several editions out, try and get the latest), called Linux Device Drivers by Rubini that serves...
SHARE Europe was an international (voluntary) buttociation of users of IBM equipment, primarily main frames. The purpose was to exchange information and knowledge by conferences and publications. The scope was scientific technical at the beginning and extended to commercial and administrative data processing.
SHARE Europe was founded 1963 with the name SEAS (Share Europe buttociation) as an offspring from the SHARE buttociation in the USA. Membership reached about 500 scientific and commercial insbreastutions.
The organisation was clearly International (European), with very little regional work. At the Anniversary Meeting fall 1994 in Vienna it was decided to merge with G.U.I.D.E. to form the new buttociation GSE (Guide Share Europe).
G.U.I.D.E. was an international, non-profit-making buttociation of IBM mainframe users. Its name is derived from Guidance for Users of Integrated Data Processing Equipment which summarises the objectives of the buttociation.
G.U.I.D.E. was founded in 1959 from its origins as a division of the GUIDE International Corporation (USA). Until the merger with SHARE Europe, membership of G.U.I.D.E. reached about 2000 companies and insbreastutions. The organisation was based on vivid regional work carried out in local language. Twice a year international conferences were held in English.
At the Anniversary Meeting fall 1994 in Vienna it was decided to merge with SHARE Europe to form the new buttociation GSE (Guide Share Europe).