nub


nub
● ►en n. m. ►APPLE Selon la documentation Apple: "Objet d'entrées/sorties qui représente un point de connexion pour un pilote". Grosso modo, un nub représente une instance d'un périphérique (par exemple un disque), et en gère les commandes en provenance d'autres pilotes ou du système. (Signalé par Peter Burchett).

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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