Consequences of Choices

Chris Bitmead uid(x22068)
Tue, 06 May 1997 14:30:34 +1000

Which reminds me of how the real time version of Linux was

Under real-time Linux, the Linux kernel runs as just another thing to
be scheduled under the real time core.

In other words, the Linux kernel runs *ON-TOP-OF* a small real-time

Now, why don't we take this small real-time kernel that already exists
and build the lisp machine as an OS kernel on top of that. Then you
could run both UNIX and LispOS on the one machine with basicly no
compromise to the "purity" of the Lisp kernel.

BTW, I understand that the changes that were made to Linux to run on
the real-time core were extremely minimal.