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Re: [vox-tech] Realtime Linux Challenge--Need Help
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Re: [vox-tech] Realtime Linux Challenge--Need Help

Why don't you send me the same files and the reference. I can look at it later 
this evening and then I can let you know what I think. I assume you have
internet connection through a different machine in case something
else was needed in the middle of working on this one. I had a laptop
but its got some hardware problems.


On Tue August 30 2005 20:06, Wayne Watson wrote:
> Hi, well, you'd be welcome to try. Having any kernel experience would be
> helpful. I don't think this problem is tied into realtime concepts. The
> trick at this point though is that I'm leaving town on Saturday, and won't
> be back until the 10th. I then leave again around the 12 or 13th and won't
> be back until around the 28th. I'm pretty much free for the next two days,
> but Friday will be a bit busy. I'm retired. I got myself into this schedule
> compaction by spending a little too much time on an entirely different
> approach to this software. It looks like it's going nowhere, so I threw up
> my hands today, and said I need more help than I've been able to muster so
> far.
> Another fellow decided to take a crack at this if I sent him what I
> generally need to make the kernel and application. I just sent him four
> files, and directed him to a large one (28M) on the internet. I also
> included my take on this. If you want to take a crack at it from down
> there, then I'll send the info on to you too. If you can get up here in the
> next two days, that's an ideal situation for trying to figure out what's
> going on. Anyway, I'll leave it to you. Eventually, this thing is going to
> get solved (again).
> Richard Harke wrote:
> > This sounds interesting. While I don't have specific experience
> > with rtlinux, I do have lots of experience building and
> > installing kernels. (IA64 as well as x86)
> > Also, I'm quite a bit closer than Davis and would consider
> > making the trip up there. I haven't been up in the hills too much lately
> > so I need the outing anyway.
> >
> > Richard Harke
> >
> > On Tue August 30 2005 13:53, Wayne Watson wrote:
> >>I'm looking for someone who has experience with installing rtlinux (real
> >>time linux) or is kernel knowledgeable and can do it. I've been running
> >>a rtlinux application (meteor detection with special hardware, including
> >>a camera) under rtlinux for about 20 months, but it has been out of the
> >>water since early this year when my computer died and took rtlinux with
> >>it. Whatever I was able to do initially, I have not been able to repeat
> >>after many, many attempts. I live 75 miles from Davis but am willing to
> >>bring my computer down there if someone can help.
> >>
> >>Supposedly, all one needs to do is follow some instructions (2 pages)
> >>and use the patches provided. That only worked once for me. This needs
> >>someone with more knowledge than I have. If all goes as it should, it
> >>should take 2 hours; however, something seems amiss, so I'd expect it to
> >>take longer.
> >>
> >>Wayne Watson (530) 265-3378
> >
> > _______________________________________________
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> > vox-tech@lists.lugod.org
> > http://lists.lugod.org/mailman/listinfo/vox-tech
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