writing in files from rtai space

Roberto Bucher roberto.bucher at supsi.ch
Thu Jul 27 20:02:10 CEST 2006

You should use some mechanism like fifos, shared memory or Mailbox to send 
your data from a hard real-time task to a soft real-time task. Then, from 
here,  you can use the normal printf, fprinf etc. mechanism to store data 
into a file


On Thursday 27 July 2006 18:12, Julien Michel wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'd like an RTAI module to write in a file.
> The "rt_printk" function seems to write in the "log" file.
> Is there a way to write in a specific file with a RTAI function?
> I mean, is there a fprintf-like function ?
> I would appeciate any piece of advice.
> Cheers
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