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- Subject: realtime-prozess
- From: garyj at jennejohn.org (Gary Jennejohn)
- Date: Wed Feb 9 09:42:29 2005
Tatiana Dorch wrote:
> we plan an experiment with neutrons and
> we need a driver of PCI-VME card (comportable with ADM 64). We would like to
> port relatime-process-classes from LINUX into freebsd 5.3.
> Can somebody help us in it? We are also grateful for further links and tips!
I assume that you're talking about a PCI-to-VME Bus adapter so you
can hook your measurement equipment to a PC? Do you need
a) an existing driver for e.g. Linux ported to FreeBSD
b) a new driver developed from scratch?
I doubt you'll find anyone on this list who will do that for free.
If you have in-house expertise to work on the driver and there are
specific questions, then you should ask those questions rather than
making such a general request.
How realtime are the Linux processes? RTAI? Or just POSIX? Not that
I can really provide much help.
Gary Jennejohn / garyj[at]jennejohn.org gj[at]freebsd.org garyj[at]denx.de
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