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"Controlling a laser with Linux is crazy, but everyone in this room is crazy in his own way.
So if you want to use Linux to control an industrial welding laser, I have no problem with your using PREEMPT_RT." -- Linus Torvalds 2012-10-20: New page: Reporting Bugs 2012-10-20: New Page: Rteval 2010-09-15: New page: Systems based on Real time preempt Linux 2009-03-19: New page: I/Otop utility 2008-10-21: New page: Schedtop utility 2008-09-13: New page: IO CPU Affinity 2008-05-23: New page: Ftrace 2008-05-07: New page: Cpuset Management Utility 2007-10-23: New page: Preemption test 2007-10-18: New page: Fixed Time Quanta Benchmark (FTQ) 2016-06-23 Real-Time Summit 20-05-13: rt-tests version 1.0 2015-10-05: The Linux Foundation Announces Project to Advance Real-Time Linux 2015-09-28: ANNOUNCE 4.1.7-rt8 gmane 2015-09-28: ANNOUNCE rt-tests-0.94 2015-06-18: RTLWS 17 (Austria October 21-22) Call for Papers (Deadline Aug 2, 2015) 2015-05-20: Announce 4.0.4-rt1 2015-01-27: Stage win for real-time Linux Stage win for real-time Linux (in german) 2013-11-06: The future of realtime Linux The future of realtime Linux, by Jake Edge 2013-07-24: RTLWS15 15th Real Time Linux Workshop, October 28 to October 31 at the Dipartimento Tecnologie Innovative, Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano-Manno, Switzerland - Call for papers (ASCII) - Abstract Submission 2012-05-15: RTLWS14 14th Real Time Linux Workshop, October 18 to 20, 2012 at the Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Call for papers (ASCII) - Abstract Submission 2011-03-13: RTLWS13 13 Real-Time Linux Workshop on October 20 to 22, 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic - Call for Papers in ASCII - Registration - Abstract Submission 2010-07-05: RTECC (July 29, 2010), Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference in Portland, OR.
2010-04-08: RTLWS12 Twelfth Real-Time Linux Workshop on October 25 to 27, 2010 in Nairobi, Kenya (LWN Article) 2009-06-17: Cpuset Version 1.5.1 released.Download packages from the build service for many popular distros here.2009-06-15: RTLWS11 Eleventh Real-Time Linux Workshop on September 28 to 30, 2009 in Dresden, Germany 2009-03-02: OSPERT 2009 (Jul 2-4), Fifth International Workshop on Operating Systems Platforms for Embedded Real-Time Applications 2008-05-29: RTLWS10 Tenth Real-Time Linux Workshop at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico.2008-04-27: multi-reader rwlock + adaptive locking = near mainline performance release !!Translations: Bahasa Indonesian Belorussian Bulgarian Brazilo-Portuguese Bulgarian Chinese (Traditional) Croatian Dutch French Georgian German Greek Hindi Irish Gaelic Japanese Lithuanian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Spanish Thai Ukrainian If you want to copy, mirror, translate, or excerpt this document, please see my copying policy.
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If you're reading this document because you need help, and you walk away with the impression you can get it directly from the authors of this document, questions. We are here to show you how to get help from people who actually know about the software or hardware you're dealing with, but 99.9% of the time that will not be us.
Unless you know for In the world of hackers, the kind of answers you get to your technical questions depends as much on the way you ask the questions as on the difficulty of developing the answer.
This guide will teach you how to ask questions in a way more likely to get you a satisfactory answer.
Now that use of open source has become widespread, you can often get as good answers from other, more experienced users as from hackers.