lanas at securenet.net
Thu Jun 9 02:00:48 CEST 2005
I'm considering RTAI as a replacement for an existing application
running with a Timesys 2.4.18 kernel. There are 4 kernel modules and a
few user space tasks. I've printed some RTAI papers and will read them
more carefully while perhaps I can get some feedback here also.
The need for the change stems from a poor USB stick support in the
aforementioend kernel. It could be possible to move forward with the
same company but why not opt for a solution that is vendor independant.
Or at least try it (hoping that it's possible to use nearly all type sof
Development using a 2.6.x kernel will be a new thing, for one. Is
there, in average, a lot of change from a 2.4.18 kernel module
construction to one that can be used with a recent kernel ? Especially
using RTAI ?
Is RTAI/Fusion stable enough to be trusted for continuous use ?
I've got the latest RTAI live CD and ran some tests. Is there any
tests in there that actually puts a load on the machine while running
I realize these questions are quite vague.
Thanks for any comments,
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