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SubjectRe: Should I use Linux to develop driver for specialized ISA card?
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> The moving parts of the plotter are controlled by ISA card that generates
> (and responds to) interrupts on each movement or printing event.
> The interrupts can be generated quite fast; up to frequency of 4kHz.

Thats fine. The issue you might need to consider is how long you can wait
between an irq and actually excuting the handler. If that is very tight then
you may want Victor Yodaiken's rtlinux
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