Am Friday 27 March 2009 15:41:46 schrieb Steven Seeger:
> Please tell us more about your hardware platform. I know this is not
> possible on convention x86 boards with a PC compatible BIOS.
Well the hardware should not matter and the startup code should be finished in
several milli seconds, of course.
Most probably are ARM. PPC or SH4 platforms used in automotive devices.
In the automation industry the boot time is not that important - therefore a
lot of PC compatible boards are used.
> On Mar 27, 2009, at 10:38 AM, Peter Wächtler wrote:
> > Hi Xenomai developers,
> > for automotive control units the boot time is essential. After power-
> > up the
> > first status message has to be sent in about 50ms. This is usually
> > achieved
> > by a RTOS with boot times far below.
> > Is it possible to construct a system with Xenomai that boots the
> > POSIX (or
> > whatever) subsystem first and then start Linux. Or is there a
> > dependency that
> > the subsystem can't run until Linux is up?
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