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Forum explores real-time POSIX/Linux standardization

Jun 21, 2001 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 3 views

At the next meeting of the Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum, which takes place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas on July 18-19, the forum will explore possibilities for standardizing real-time functions within POSIX Profiles that can unify Linux and other POSIX compatible operating systems.

Specifically, on Thursday July 19th, the meeting agenda includes the following session . . .

2:00 — 3:30 … Profiles Working Group Open Session

This session is being led by Glen Logan and includes invited presentations from the following:

  • Joe Gwinn, IEEE SSWG-RT Chair, — POSIX Status Update
  • Doug Robinson, DISA, — APIs and Profiles needs for RT DII COE
  • Linux representative (TBD), — Embedded Linux Profile needs
This will then be followed by a discussion session on requirements for new profiles, in particular addressing:
  • Can we being together the EL/IX specification and the POSIX 1003.13 profiles
  • What is missing from the current profiling efforts?
Further information about the Real-time and Embedded Forum is available at the forum's website.

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