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Published by Richard Burgess
MMURTL V1.0, is the preprinted title of the original book "Developing Your own 32 Bit Operating System" published by SAM/Macmillan in 1995. It was placed here by the author with full rights.
MMURTL V1.0, is the preprinted title of the original book "Developing Your own 32 Bit Operating System" published by SAM/Macmillan in 1995. It was placed here by the author with full rights.

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Richard A. Burgess
Sensory Publishing, Inc.2000 Jefferson Davis HwySuite DAlexandria, VA 22301USAwww.SensoryPublishing.com
MMURTL V1.0 ISBN 1-58853-000-0
Author: Richard A. BurgessTechnical Editor: David McClarty, Atlanta, GA.Additonal editing by:Copyright © 1995 Richard A. Burgess,Copyright © 2000 Sensory Publishing, Inc. and Richard A. BurgessAll Rights ReservedThird printing - Second formatted version - No content changePreviously published by MacMillan Publishing/SAMS Computer Books as:
Developing Your Own 32 Bit Operating System, ISBN 0-672-30655-7
Portions of the electronic and printed versions of this book may have been formatted with software produced by:Adobe Corporation for the
 PDF Acrobat Reader 
version,Overdrive Inc. for the
Microsoft Reader 
version,Sensory Publishing, Inc. for the
versions.For the electronic version of this book: Please treat it as you would a printed copy of any book. You may pass a singlecopy of this text on to another individual or institution when you are through with it, and upon deleting your copy as if youno longer held a printed copy of the book. No portions of this book may be made publicly available by any electronic, or other means, to include but not limited to,web sites, ftp sites, Internet peer to peer sharing software, any other private or public existing networking software, or electronic methods not yet invented, without the express written permission of Sensory Publishing, Inc.
All terms in this book that are known to be trademarks or service marks are properly capitalized or noted as such with thesymbols
, or 
as appropriate. Sensory Publishing, Inc. has attempted to validate this information with reasonable care but can not guarantee its accuracy. Use of a service mark or trademark in this text should not be regarded as affecting themark, or claiming any rights whatsoever to the mark in question unless otherwise noted.
Limit of Liability Disclaimer
The publisher has made every effort to ensure that the information is this book is accurate. The publisher and the author make no representations or warranties as to the contents of this book. Neither the publisher or the author shall beresponsible for loss of profit or any other commercial damages resulting from the use of the information contained in this book.
Forward – 2000
irst of all, I thank all of you for the continued interest in MMURTL. When the first printed copies of this book (thennamed
 Developing Your Own 32 Bit Computer Operating System
) hit the bookstands in 1995,
32 bit
was the “buzz word”of the day. Five years later the buzzword is the New Millennium; 2000+. But it still seems that operating systemdevelopment is a hot topic - look at Linux go! - You GO Mr. Penguin, you go!Many people have tracked me down in an attempt to find more copies of the original edition of the book and I can tell youthey’re very scarce. Another printing was denied by the original publisher which turned the rights to this book back over tome. Of the 10,000-plus copies sold, I have 5 printed copies left (which needless to say, I'm holding on to for sentimentalreasons). But if you're reading this, you now know that the book is back in full print (and electronically) available onceagain.I had initially intended to put up a web site for everyone to share their MMURTL interests and findings, but little thingslike "earning a living" - "kids in college, etc." kept getting in the way. A friend of mine (an entrepreneur at heart) wasitching to start another online business (e.g., Dot Com Mania) and I had always been interested in publishing - the
not so simple
art of information dissemination - and I offered some technical assistance. Now I am part of Sensory Publishing,Inc., the new publisher of this book.Sensory Publishing has built and runs a bulletin board on their servers where MMURTL readers/users can exchangeinformation and ask questions. I will try to make as much time as possible to answer questions there, and I would also liketo see everyone that has something to share about MMURTL add their two cents.I hope you use MMURTL V1.0 to learn, enjoy and explore. And now, my gift to you, the owners of a proper copy of this book or the former version from SAMS):
You may use any of the code (with the exception of the C compiler orsamples from Mr. Dunfield) for any project you desire - public or private - so long as you have purchased a propercopy of the book in this or its previous printings.
That is my way of saying thanks.
The only requirement is that you givesome visible credit to MMURTL for the assistance with your project. No, this is not the same as “public domain,” but itallows you to use MMURTL in your projects without fear of a lawsuit from me, or the publisher. The only thing you can’tdo is place MMURTL or the MMURTL source code on a web site or other electronic retrieval system where the public canget to it (protect it as you would any copyrighted material).
Richard A. BurgessAlexandria Virginia, 2000

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