[Rtai] Compiling RTAI on a computer with Core 2 Duo Processor
diegotabira at gmail.com
Mon May 5 23:49:07 CEST 2008
I did exactly what the link proposes, except that I choice the "Processor
type and features > Symmetric multi-processor > support (*)" option.
I used RTAI 3.6 version with the kernel vanilla 2.6.22, I have the ubuntu
7.10 with the kernel 2.6.22-generic
2008/5/5 <mantegazza at aero.polimi.it>:
> > Hi everybody, I followed all the steps from this link:
> > teaches how to compile the RTAI on Ubuntu 7.10.
> > I made it at home where I have a Pentium 4 processor and it was a
> > =P
> > but when I've tried at my work, where I have a Pentium core 2 duo, I
> > couldn't boot the RTAI kernel properly. When I was configuring the
> > I
> > chose the option: Processor type and features > Symmetric
> > support (*) just like the link asks, it's the only one difference of the
> > steps I made at home at home.
> > When I enter in the directory /usr/realtime/testsuite/user/preempt and
> > then
> > type the ./run the system crashes and the computer is restarted.
> > any suggestion???
> What happens with the other examples? HAve you set the right CPU also?
> What RTAI and kernel are you using?
> > thanks and excuse for my English
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