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From: Nicholas Mc Guire <nicholas.mc.guire@univie.ac.at>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 12:28:40 +0200 (MEST)
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Dear sirs,

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excuse having bothered you.  If not, please continue reading it and 
redistribute this announcement please:


                      Real Time Linux Workshop

                          13/14. 12. 1999

            Insitute for Machine and Process Automation
                  Vienna university of Technology
              Gu?hausstr. 27-29, 1040 Vienna, Austria


As you  probably know, Linux has become a powerful operating system 
challenging  the OS and computer market,  because it is open source 
and  adaptable  to different  hardware and  computing  problems. In 
particular,  there are some groups spread over the world developing 
some  modifications to the linux kernel in  order to provide a hard 
real  time operation system, e.g. NMT  rt-linux, RTAI rt linux etc, 
all  being  well  appropriate  for  control  applications  or  even 
embedded  systems. In  order to  bring together all  developers and 
open  real  time  linux for  a  gerneral  public,  an international 
workshop  on  real time  linux will  be  held the  13/14.12.1999 in 
Vienna, Austria with the following presentations:
 
  * Real Time Linux - Use and Applications, Phil Wilshire
  * Complex control systems, applications of DIAPM-RTAI at 
    DIAPM,  E. Bianchi
  * Real time Linux used at NOAO and the LabVIEW fifos.vi, 
    Philip N Daly
  * Writing Real-Time Compatible Device Drivers for Linux, 
    David Schleef
  * Programmable Logic Techniques for Fast Data Acquisition and 
    Control, John Storrs
  * The Linux Lab Project, Claus Schroeter
  * Real Time Programming -- Pitfalls, Problems, and common 
    errors, Steve Oualline
  * Real Time Linux for a torque measurement stage, Peter 
    Wurmsdobler
  * NMT-RTL, Michael Barabanov
  * DIAPM-RTAI (for Linux): WHYs, WHATs and HOWs, Paolo 
    Mantegazza
  * KURT, Douglas Niehaus
  * Linux/RK - The Ressource kernel, Ragunathan (Raj) Rajkumar

You can find more informations and register for free on:

      http://www.thinkingnerds.com/projects/rtl-ws/rtl-ws.html

We are looking forward to  seeing you at the workshop (proceedings 
and a  CD with applications  on it are waiting for the  registered 
participant).

Your sincerely,

Nicholas McGuire,
Peter Wurmsdobler.

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