Re: Kernels - What's in and what's out.

Alan Cox (
Thu, 9 May 1996 09:55:03 +0100 (BST)

> You need some sort of hook in the kernel. The bulk of the voice
> recognition software can go in user space, but the kernel needs
> to supply some way to put characters into the keyboard buffer.

What do you think pty's are for ;) - how do you think screen and splitvt

> The bulk of the code should be a real-time process locked into
> memory. You wouldn't want your voice software to get swapped out.

Oh I would. So long as the data is buffered I'll let it swap back in and
think thank you.