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Develop an RTOS on Solaris with RTEMS

Posted: 04 Nov 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:RTOS  RTEMs  Solaris 

Develop an RTOS on Solaris with RTEMS

Think of your desktop computer. Chances are, it's running something ranging from Windows XP to Solaris, with Linux, ReactOS, MacOS X, or Darwin in between. Regardless of the operating system, every application that executes is beholden to the system's priorities, commonly called interrupts, traps, or interrupt requests. These priorities do things like write a block to disc, grab a frame from the Ethernet card, or page in some important part of the kernel. These operating systems are nondeterministic, meaning that no two executions of the same piece of code produce exactly the same sequence of events.

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