The Real-Time Application Interface is a hard real-time extension to the Linux kernel.
Version: 0.16The Real-Time Application Interface is a hard real-time extension to the Linux kernel, contributed in accordance with the Free Software guidelines.
Operating System: Linux
It provides the features of an industrial-grade RTOS, seamlessly accessible from the powerful and sophisticated GNU/Linux environment.
The bootable CD-ROM provided on this website allows you to determine whether your system's hardware is capable of being used as a hard real-time system.
Furthermore, this website provides information about the real-time performance of various systems, which might help you when buying hardware for building hard real-time systems.
The LiveCD is based on RTAI (Realtime Application Interface) and provides easy-to-use menus that guide users through running the test suite and submitting the results and system configuration information to an Internet database.
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed issue where the per-loop max and min latency were stored in the database instead of the overall max and min latency... Added support for Gigabit Ethernet (requested by Phil Nitschke)
· Reduced ISO size to 8MB