Difference between rthal and adeos and some install issues

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Hi All:
I am just getting started with real time OS. I tried installing the
RTAI rthal nanokernel on linux kernel 2.4.21 but after following all
steps (i.e. downloading kernel source 2.4.21, applying the RTAI-rthal
2.4.21 patch, rebuilding the kernel) when I reboot the system and
select the new OS from the GRUB menu my system reboots automatically.
Has anybody experienced anything similar? Also what is the difference
between rthal and adeos? Also can someone kindly suggest some good
references on issues in real-time programming?
Thanks.

Re: Difference between rthal and adeos and some install issues
snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (Ravi) wrote in message
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To add to the above, I did enable CONFIG_RTHAL and disable "Set
version on all module symbols" during kernel configuration with make
xconfig. I just now tried to repeat the procedure with kernel 2.4.22
and the corresponding rthal patch. It exhibits the same boot behavior
i.e. it reboots automatically when i try to boot.

Thanks.

Re: Difference between rthal and adeos and some install issues
snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (Ravi) wrote in message
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I suggest you subscribe to RTAI mailing list. BTW, a common problem is
setting SMP. There is some issue with setting (or not) strange APIC as
well. Anyway, the mailing list is the best place to ask this kind of
question. People there are very fast and helpful.

Regards.

Elder.

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