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UPDATED: A comparison of hard real-time Linux alternatives

Dec 22, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Peter Laurich has revised his study of real-time responsiveness in four open source Linux kernels. The study originally shorted LXRT, because of a test code error. RTAI leader Paolo Mantegazza caught the error, after which Laurich re-did the tests and the report, which compares Linux 2.4, 2.6, RTAI, and LXRT.

Find out all about Laurich's test methodology and results by reading the complete write-up.

Read study of four open source, real-time Linux implementations


 
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