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Linux Tutorial Glossary

Linux Tutorial Glossary - interrupt


A signal from a hardware device indicating the devices wants 'attention.' This can include things like an indicator that requested data is available or an error has occurred.

crash   edge-triggered interrupts   exception   exception handlers   fault   IDT   interrupt handler   Interrupt Service Routine   IRQ   ISR   ISR   level-triggered interrupts   maskable interrupts   non-maskable interrupt   PIC   software interrupts   trap  


Introduction to Operating Systems -> Processes -> Processes
Introduction to Operating Systems -> Operating System Layers -> Operating System Layers
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Settings
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> The Life Cycle of Processes
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Interrupts Exceptions and Traps
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> System Calls
The Operating System -> Rebuilding Your Kernel -> Rebuilding Your Kernel
The X Windowing System -> Resources -> Resources
The Computer Itself -> Basic Input-Output Services and the System Bus -> Basic Input-Output Services and the System Bus
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> Industry Standard Architecture ISA
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> MCA
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> Extended Industry Standard Architecture EISA
The Computer Itself -> Serial Ports -> Serial Ports
Networking -> TCP-IP -> The Domain Name System -> Configuring the Domain Name System DNS
System Monitoring -> Finding Out About Your System -> Hardware and the Kernel
Solving Problems -> Solving Problems Yourself -> Problem Solving
Installing and Upgrading -> Adding Hardware -> Preparation



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