Resources for “Automating Manufacturing Processes with Linux”

“Introducing Real-Time Linux”, February 1997, by Michael Barabanov and Victor Yodaiken:

“Getting Started With RTLinux”, by FSM Labs, Inc.:

“RTLinux Application Development Tutorial”:

RTLinux HOWTO 1.1, 8/29/02, by Dinil Davakaran:

The Comedi Project—Linux control and measurement device interface. The Comedi Project develops open-source drivers, tools and libraries for data acquisition. While our DAQ board was supported with RTLinux drivers, the Comedi Project provides drivers for a variety of DAQ boards:



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The Linux in GDL Mexico

Oscar Hinostroza's picture

Bueno he leido solo algunos comentarios de los autores y me parece que al hablar del uso de linux en plantas y pisos de manufactureras de la ciudad de guadalajara jalisco mexico es un acto de inteligencia por que no solo estas se dan la oportunidad de conocer el poder del multiproceso seguro no como lo hace la plataforma mas usada en este mundo pero podemos llegar tan lejos aqui en mexico cuando lo mas enseñado es windows los universitario solo hablan de linux como si fuese una cosa extraña pero solo los inteligentes se atreven a usarlo las empresas no son la ecepcion pues solo pocas casi el 2% se atreverian a usar linux la mayoria porque no lo conocen , y aquellos otros porque solo han tenido practica pienso que de ahora en adelante los medios de publicidad empresarios politicos y aquellos otros emprendedores deveran hacer un esfuerzo por contra restar los limites y comenzar a explorar nuevos medios de informatica practica y segura que ayude a las empresas que tanto lo requieren como procesos en tiempo real como de estadistica y produccion avancen como realmente lo deseanlas empresas.

Buena suerte


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