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SubjectRe: porting linux to DSP
On Tue, 27 Jul 1999, Steve Underwood wrote:

> Real time OSes do exist for some DSPs (e.g. SPOX), but they are _very_ much
> specialist DSP OSes, and they ain't too pretty.

But using a ("normal") workstation (even low end class) as a host
for a DSP might be a solution. You can run Linux there to do all
the OS stuff and just do "number-crunching" stuff and may be some
little scheduling or ISRs at the DSP.

This seems a reasonable solution to me, and there is some work in
progress to allow linux users to take advantage of these external
processing services a DSP offers.

Regards

Ingo Oeser
--
Feel the power of the penguin - run linux@your.pc
<esc>:x


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