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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Linux 2.6 Real Time Kernel
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Lee Revell wrote:
| On Sun, 2004-10-10 at 08:21, John Richard Moser wrote:
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|>Does any of this 'work' on x86_64 yet? I heard that Ingo's voluntary
|>pre-empt was x86 only and didn't work on amd64; this stuff's kinda new,
|>does it work outside x86 yet?
|>
|>I'd like to see what these kinds of things do. :)
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| The VP patches currently work on x86, x64, amd64, and ppc AFAIK. As
| stated in the docs, the MontaVista stuff is x86 only right now.

Is there a stable amd64 voluntary pre-empt patch for 2.6.7? I'm using
PaX so I can't go up until the author catches up to the new VM changes
introduced in 2.6.8+.

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