Hi Anubis and Den!
Anubis, I've "translated" the questions into what I understood.
Den, do not hesitate to complain if I had it wrong.
I would guess the original message was:
- what is the roadmap of FreeBSD (new features)?
- (I let this one to authorized people :-) )
- How can a real-time system be designed around FreeBSD?
- I've seen many people that knew what a real-time system
is but they had different views... It all depends on the
type of application and the allowed reaction time, in the
end. What do you want to do? If the POSIX extensions are
OK, then go for it. FreeBSD is a nice system!
- FreeBSD has a small kernel due to module support but
how stable is this kernel?
- let's say it's stable enough to serve as a secure Internet
backbone and file server (that must say pretty much...)
- What are the current issues?
- See the release notes.
> Dude, could you rephrase that?
> Its a bit hard to understand
> On Sun, 18 Jan 2004 04:09 pm, sam Long wrote:
> > I have a system FreeBSD 5.1-p11.
> > How will develop further FreeBSD?
> > How real time is possible to make from FreeBSD
> > operational system?
> > I know, that in FreeBSD there are expansions real time
> > of standard POSIX.
> > I have a small kernel of system due to modules, but on
> > how many stably such
> > kernel?
> > What problems can be?I have born all modules for
> > limits of a kernel.
> > Thank you for the help Den.
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