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* (expected July 15, 2008) [http://www.amazon.com/Building-Embedded-Linux-Systems-Yaghmour/dp/0596529686 Building Embedded Linux Systems, 2nd edition] discusses the realtime preemption patch.
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* [http://www.amazon.com/Building-Embedded-Linux-Systems-Yaghmour/dp/0596529686 Building Embedded Linux Systems, 2nd edition] discusses the realtime preemption patch.
 
* [http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/RTSpecDraft_5fR2 CELF Realtime Specification] (from 2004, so it's pretty old)
 
* [http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/RTSpecDraft_5fR2 CELF Realtime Specification] (from 2004, so it's pretty old)
 
*Realtime Preemption presentation by Manas at the 2005 CELF Technical Conference - [[Media:Real-Time-Preemption-Patchset.pdf]]
 
*Realtime Preemption presentation by Manas at the 2005 CELF Technical Conference - [[Media:Real-Time-Preemption-Patchset.pdf]]

Revision as of 12:54, 10 November 2008

This page has information about Real-time usage of Linux. Also this page has information about timing systems for Linux. This is of interest to CE Linux Forum members, because many consumer electronics products have realtime requirements (e.g. in the areas of multi-media presentation, or communications)

Real Time Wiki

  • Please note that the primary source of information for Real Time Linux information is the new RTWiki.

Technology/Project pages

Documents

Further Open Source Projects

  • Xenomai - Real-time development framework, closely cooperating with the Linux kernel. Among other features, it provides a migration path from various RTOSes like VxWorks, PSOS+, etc. to Linux based on so-called skins.