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Re: real time linux - which to use?

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Hi Neel,

On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 2:57 PM, Neel Mehta <neelmehta89@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Hi. I am new to real time linux os. I need to set up one. I came
> across two realtime linux os/kernels/patches, and there may be more. I
> came across http://www.rtlinuxfree.com/ and https://www.rtai.org/.

Real-time approaches to Linux are native real-time on Linux which is
what RT_PREEMPT tries to achieve. This fairly new compared to the
older approaches to provide real-time performance with Linux and that
is teh co-kernel approach. I have been using RT_PREEMPT for a few
years now and it has served me well.

> Are there more such patches? Is anyone better? What do people use
> normally? I need to set up realtime linux to get results from sensors
> every periodic intervals. I want this to be hard realtime. Any help
> will be greatly appreciated. Instructions or links for compilation
> will also be very helpful.

Check out http://rt.wiki.kernel.org .

regards
/prady

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