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RTLinux It was developed by Victor Yodaiken, Michael Barabanov, Cort Dougan and others at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and then as a commercial product at FSMLabs. Wind River Systems acquired FSMLabs embedded technology in February 2007 and made a version available as Wind River Real-Time Core for Wind River Linux. As of August 2011, Wind River has discontinued the Wind River Real-Time Core product line, effectively ending commercial support for the RTLinux product. RTLinux
RTLinux grew out of real-time research and open-source development started at New Mexico Tech more than a decade ago. Today, RTLinux technology is deployed in projects across a wide range of applications, including industrial control, instrumentation, communications and networking, and aerospace and defense. Through the efforts of Wind River—which acquired FSMLabs in February 2007—and resources from the open-source community, RTLinux has evolved to address the needs of two distinct types of embedded Linux development projects: Open RTLinux: For academic, research, and other open software projects that include real-time functionality on a self-supported free software basis. Wind River : RTLinuxFree Wind River : RTLinuxFree
A real-time operating system (RTOS) is an operating system (OS) intended to serve real-time application requests. It must be able to process data as it comes in, typically without buffering delays. Processing time requirements (including any OS delay) are measured in tenths of seconds or shorter. Design philosophies[edit] The most common designs are: Real-time operating system Real-time operating system
RTAI - Official Website You are here: Homepage This is the homepage of RTAI - the RealTime Application Interface for Linux - which lets you write applications with strict timing constraints for your favourite operating system. Like Linux itself this software is a community effort. If you are interested in what it does just join our mailing list and help our team! RTAI supports several architectures: x86 (with and without FPU and TSC)x86_64PowerPCARM (StrongARM; ARM7: clps711x-family, Cirrus Logic EP7xxx, CS89712, PXA25x)m68k (supporting both MMU and NOMMU cpus) RTAI - Official Website
RTAI RTAI stands for Real-Time Application Interface. It is a real-time extension for the Linux kernel - which lets users write applications with strict timing constraints for Linux. Like Linux itself the RTAI software is a community effort. RTAI