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SubjectRe: Scheduling Times --- Revisited
On Sun, Sep 27, 1998 at 11:07:51PM +0200, Rik van Riel wrote:
> These RT tasks don't have to be real time. Normal timeslicing
> priorities are good enough if you have the CPU. If you don't
> you're screwed anyway. Only for audio apps I can see why
> people want RT (x11amp comes to mind), but for things like
> video and games you're going to be dependant on the (non-RT)
> X server so going RT for these tasks is moot.

May I whisper "fbdev" and "GGI" in your ear?

OG.

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