Multimedia is media that utilizes a combination of different content forms.
Hello everyone. I have just joined this forum to seek advice.
I have worked with embedded systems for about 15 years: 8/16/32 bit microprocessors, with small RTOS, e.g. Keil for ARM, mainly using C...
I am so sorry, I have not studied carefully about coocox team, now they do not support the chip. Maybe the technical support of siliconmotion can give you some help.
I am not finding programmer and compiler for sm342 (which is a multimedia soc by silicon motion and uses a 32 bit risc processor) in order to interface it to LCD and other peripherals?? or could you...
Pls I need assistance from anyone who can develop RTOS under windows environ using c++. This is for a simple set of processes with periods using sem4.
Thanks a £m
A global mutex that is used by all threads is the very same thing as a critical section, so why not use it everywhere? If the thread needs the data at a give time, you just use WaitForSingleObject()...
: : Which is substantially similar to what I had read before. So if we say that even if DOS is not a RTOS, could we not conclude that it is capable of real time operations? Example:One of the...
Till now linux didn't have preemption points...unlike fedora (radhat 10.0).Guess they have included them.
: : I have a question
: : A normal OS doesnt have preemption at the kernel level...
: I have a question
: A normal OS doesnt have preemption at the kernel level whereas the RTOS has a preemptive kernel. For this, the scheduler has to be re-written in such a way that it takes...
The response time of an RTOS like Vx-works / QNX is close to zero as compared to an General Purpose OS like Windows / Linux (Redhat/Fedora)
: I think the answer is almost a big 'NO'. Almost all the RTOS under windows are paid. You can go for some demo if possible. But I don't know much about it.
: possibly u can watch pc quest magazine...
I think the answer is almost a big 'NO'. Almost all the RTOS under windows are paid. You can go for some demo if possible. But I don't know much about it.
: I think RTLinux is the best one for you. It's free and powerful.
: VxWorks also fits well.
: Details about RTLinux :
: : be very careful when doing that because it can shut down the entire os. Several years ago I recall seeing a RTOS that set on top of M$ Windows -- I don't know if it still exists or not. you...