On Mon Jun 03, 2002 at 06:12:11AM -0400, Karim Yaghmour wrote:
> The problem here is the "quick glance" (no offense intended). The
> most important part of a patent is its claims. In the case of the
no offense taken. I'm not a lawyer, so much beyond a quick
glance teaches me very little when reading such things.
> any such RTOS need not even know Linux is there. All it needs to
> know is that it has to call on adeos_suspend_domain() to go into
> a dormant state when it doesn't have any more "ready" tasks. In
> no way does it have a "Linux" task, as RTLinux and RTAI clearly
Thanks much for the explanation -- that was exactly what I
was hoping to see. Very very cool.
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