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>Alright then, my next logical question.
>
>Where can I find a these lists of interrupts for each well known OS ?

In the detailed technical documentation for the specific operating system.

>Namely
>
>Mac

You have listed IA32 style interrupt nomenclature.  MacOS does not run
on IA32.

> / Power PC / Unix / DOS   (I assume Linux will be quite similar to
>unix).

Don't make assumptions when writing driver level code.

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