Pavel Machek wrote:
> > We have released the initial implementation of the Adeos nanokernel.
> > The following is a complete description of its background, its
> > implementation, its API, and its potential uses. Please also see the
> > press release (http://www.freesoftware.fsf.org/adeos/pr-2002-06-03.en.txt)
> > and the project's workspace (http://freesoftware.fsf.org/projects/adeos/).
> > The Adeos code is distributed under the GNU GPL.
> Sounds interesting...
> Also, unlike UML, kernels are not protected from each other.
True, if they do physical accesses in each other's areas there's a problem.
But we're assuming 2 things here:
1) You are using stable kernels.
2) See the next answer.
> So if your FreeBSD+Linux combination crashes, you do not know if Linux or
> FreeBSD caused it.
No one said that you can't have an early domain in the pipeline that
specifically deals with this
> This is same approach rtLinux takes, right?
No, Have you seen the explanation I provided earlier to Erik:
Adeos is clearly different from anything that is part of the rtlinux patent.
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