Em Segunda 13 Março 2006 15:24, Jan Kiszka escreveu:

>Rodrigo Rosenfeld Rosas wrote:
>> Sorry Jan, I was looking at a different documentation. Now I read the
>> right one. It is good. But I didn't understand why didn't you keep the
>> latter note: "The nucleus timer has to be started to obtain valid
>> results." I would include it before the other note.
>
>Well, it's no longer relevant for Xenomai: you can't load a driver
>without the timer being started - loading xeno_rtdm will do this.
>
>On the other hand, you are right when considering RTAI where you still
>face this obstacle. I will re-introduce the note below, but the strategy
>will remain that it's up to the user (application) to resolve this.
>
>"The system timer has to be started to obtain valid results. If this
>happens automatically or is controlled by the application depends on the
>RTDM host environment, see related documentation of the real-time Linux
>extension."

I would add a little, but significant comment with:
"The system timer has to be started to obtain valid results. If this
happens automatically (as it does on Xenomai) or is controlled by the 
application depends on the RTDM host environment, see related documentation 
of the real-time Linux extension."

Regards,

Rodrigo.


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