2 pane, swiss army knife file manager?
gheskett at wdtv.com
Wed Nov 28 12:15:04 UTC 2012
On Wednesday 28 November 2012 07:06:40 Basil Chupin did opine:
> On 28/11/12 03:06, Gene Heskett wrote:
> > On Tuesday 27 November 2012 11:04:09 Basil Chupin did opine:
> >> On 21/11/12 16:55, Ric Moore wrote:
> >>> On 11/20/2012 08:26 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
> >>>> That would explain it - the use of nouveau driver.
> >>>> But if he compiled his own kernel correctly then he should be able
> >>>> to compile the nVidia driver for it. I compile my own nVidia
> >>>> driver every time, each time a new version is released (or even a
> >>>> beta, as in the latest one 310.14).
> >>> He runs a real-time kernel for his metal working computerized lathe.
> >>> That's way cool! It just plays merry hell with his video drivers! :)
> >>> Ric
> >> This real-time thingie got me intrigued so I went looking and found
> >> the following - which, I guess, means that Gene is using the
> >> T-Kernel? :
> >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Kernel
> > No, in fact that is the first time I've heard of it. And since it
> > obviously a per seat license, nope.
> From the entry in Wikipedia:
> "T-Kernel is an open source real-time operating system designed for
> 32-bit microcontrollers."
It has never been mentioned by any of our LinuxCNC developers, so I doubt
there would be any huge interest in changing the underlying os. In looking
for a newer kernel to support once the LTS on 10.04.4 expires, the
experimental builds using the xenomai patches would appear to be the next
big thing for us. But, if Paolo finds some time to work on rtai in newer
kernels, that will certainly be in the running.
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