Antwort: And now... what?
Dipl. Ing. (FH) Malte Witt
malte.witt at sieb-meyer.de
Thu Dec 9 10:24:03 CET 2004
most programming guides available (which I read) are somewhat outdated.
You really should download the "showroom" from cvs or rtai homepage and
try to understand the well-made examples in there. I think this is the
best way of learning RTAI development (at least it was for me). It's also
big help to look at the doxygen API documentation. I hope I could help
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And now... what?
At last I got my rtai linux running (or it seems so). Now I should start
developing under rtai if I don't want my boss screaming at my ear...
I've found a Begginers guide where it shows how to develop a kernel
driver. Is there any other guide to start developing with rtai itself? it
would be great to find a document with a step by step guide to start
develping under rtai.
Can anyone help?
Thanks a lot
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