Here, in Europe, there are nothing like "software patents". After the negative experience of software patents in USA, we strongly want to live in a FREE of software patents land. If you are an European citizen, wakeup, think, act...
The ethernet card drivers initially used in the RTL-lwIP project are now developed and maintained in a separate project, called: REDD (RTLinux Ethernet Device Drivers).
A child side devoted to dynamic memory/storage allocation in real-time systems: Real-Time Dynamic Storage Allocation.
Two different portings of the MaRTE-OS executive to work jointly with Linux:
You can find many more contributions to RTLinux-GPL in the OCERA web site. Also, other interesting contributions are on the way: IDE support in RTLinux-GPL, Stand-Alone RTLinux (reduced footprint, and faster!!), powerful debugger, full support to ADA language, etc.
What can you find here?
Here you will find all the work about RT-Linux done at Group de Inform?tica Industrial. We use RTLinux in different ways:
RTLinux derived work is covered by the Open RTLinux Patent License. The rest of the code and documentation is provided as is without warranty of any kind. Most of the material not derived from RTLinux is covered by the GPL or the OPL licenses.
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