Timesys vs rtai
steve at stellartec.com
Fri Oct 29 23:35:42 CEST 2004
> I've now used RTAI for a fair number of prototype systems, and have been
> exceedingly happy with it, but as these systems move out of my lab and
> into the field, the question of support becomes central. Certainly the
> amount of time I spend configuring kernels, managing versions of
> compilers and other tools, and other general "support" duties is
> unacceptable to the people who have to deal with the real world concerns
> of operation and maintenance.
Well this is not really a problem for us. We sell medical devices. We aren't
opening anything up to the users.
I'm more interested in trying to find out if TimeSys is any good. The powers
that be won't let me mess with it until the week of Thanksgiving.
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