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Definitions of pintos in various dictionaries:
noun - a spotted or calico horse or pony
noun - a spotted horse
PINTOS - Pintos is computer software, a simple instructional operating system framework for the x86 instruction set architecture. It supports kernel threads,...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Recalled things from the 1970's?|
|Horses with spots|
|El Paso ponies|
|They're spotted in taquerias|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Plural form of pinto.|
|a piebald horse.|
|A piebald horse.|
|Pintos, Ceara, BRAZIL|
|Pintos, Minas Gerais, BRAZIL|
|Pintos, Sergipe, BRAZIL|
|Pintos, Flores, URUGUAY|
|Pintos, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL|
|Pintos, Cordoba, ARGENTINA|
Pintos is computer software, a simple instructional operating system framework for the x86 instruction set architecture. It supports kernel threads, loading and running user programs, and a file system, but it implements all of these in a very simple way. It was created at Stanford University by Ben Pfaff in 2004. It originated as a replacement for Not Another Completely Heuristic Operating System (Nachos), a similar system originally developed at UC Berkeley by Thomas E. Anderson, and was designed along similar lines. Like Nachos, Pintos is intended to introduce undergraduates to concepts in operating system design and implementation by requiring them to implement significant portions of a real operating system, including thread and memory management and file system access. Pintos also teaches students valuable debugging skills.|
* Unlike Nachos, Pintos can run on actual x86 hardware, though it is often run atop an x86 emulator, such as Bochs or QEMU. Nachos, by contrast, runs as a user