LEYRIE Jean-Michel Jean-Michel.LEYRIE at B2i.fr
Tue Oct 19 10:55:38 CEST 2004


This live CD is really a great idea !
I didn't found any licence information. Which licence has been used?
If i want to make some modifications to develop my own rtai live cd, is it possible to start from this live cd?


-----Message d'origine-----
De : rtai-admin at rtai.org [mailto:rtai-admin at rtai.org]De la part de Paolo
Envoyé : lundi 18 octobre 2004 13:22
À : rpm at xenomai.org
Cc : Panagiotis Issaris; rtai at rtai.org; rtai-dev at rtai.org
Objet : Re: RTAI LiveCD + DB

Philippe Gerum wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-10-15 at 23:29, Panagiotis Issaris wrote:
>>I've created a simple RTAI LiveCD (16MB), which through
>>a series of menus, guides the user to run the
>>RTAI testsuite and submit the results and system
>>configuration information to an Internet database.
>>I've created a webpage for this LiveCD, including
>>a HOWTO illustrated with screenshots and
>>a webpage listing the results. PCI device information
>>is also avaible for each testrun.
>>Any feedback and/or testresults are appreciated!
>>The current version uses RTAI 3.1 with Linux 2.6.7
>>and ADEOS r8c4.
>>The webpage does not contain many queries yet; you
>>can only list all submitted testresults and view device
>>information for each testresult.
>>I'm about to add a query to show all testresults when
>>a user enters a keyword. Such that if one queries
>>for "845", he will receive the testresults for PC's using
>>"Intel 82845 845 (Brookdale) Host Bridge".
>>With friendly regards,
> This is probably the best idea I've ever seen implemented for RTAI since
> the creation of the project itself. Thanks for this.

Since I cut myself off from any email over the We I've still to follow 
this thread. In any case I agree it is cool.


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