Pintos is an educational operating system designed for teaching the principles of operating systems. It is used in computer science courses to give students hands-on experience in designing, implementing, and analyzing operating systems concepts. Pintos provides a simple and modular kernel design, allowing students to work with different scheduling, memory management, file system, and device driver algorithms. The skills required for working with Pintos include C programming, assembly language, operating systems theory, and debugging.
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