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    Resources for studying RTOS

    I want to study RTOS, where is begin?

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    rtos for beginners

    First, choose an available RTOS, and run in your hardware or simulator, then you will find the way to study.
    Good Luck.



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    hard rtos

    Find about this topic on internet, it has many information. I suggest you to buy MicroC/OSII book, because it's a great RTOS and Mr. Labrosse(the developer) has many years of experience and all these experience was transported for the book. In www.micrium.com has port for some processors.


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    freertos pic17

    Hi

    First understand the RTOS conepts.
    Then choose one RTOS and concentrate on it.
    If you get the familiarity with one the you can learn other very easily.
    And yes get started with ucos-ii.

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    soft rtos and hard rtos

    MicroC/OS2 book has a chapter dedicated for inicial concepts ....

    leomecma



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    using ucos rtos with code warrior

    better you can start from ucOS2 book it is having very nice and compact introduction to RTOS.



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    ucos ii porting 8051

    ucos is so good.
    www.ucos-ii.com
    freertos is well, simple and fast
    www.freertos.org



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    best sites for the rtos concepts

    Hello;
    What's RTOS?



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    best book on rtos

    Hi

    RTOS is Real Time Operating System

    Which is an operating system for real time Systems

    Real Time System is a system where the correctness of results don't depend on results only but depent on the time of obtaining these results.

    there's two types of RTOS
    Hard RTOS : where not obtaining the results in time will result in complete fail (like releasing the tires of an airplane)
    Soft RTOS : where not obtaining the results in time will result in degradation in quality (like decompression of sound frame in compressed voice application)

    Salam
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    8051 & salvo & *****

    hi there, checkout this web site, SALVO is pretty nice to work with, good luck

    h**p://www.pumpkininc.com/



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    salvo 8051 serial

    Can Salvo be run on PIC16F877??



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    silberschatz rtos

    • Salvo now ships with a full suite of freeware and
    standard libraries for PIC12, PIC16, PIC17 and
    PIC18 PICmicro devices.
    • Libraries for 80x86 C console applications built with
    Metrowerks CodeWarrior are included.



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    hard rtos versus soft rtos

    Salvo is a very good RTOS to begin with. I have been using it for almost a year now.
    You can download limited versions of Salvo for 8051 and PIC µControllers from their site.



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    beginner to get started on rtos

    What about Linux?



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    how to study rtos

    take a look at this group for vxworks rtos
    news:comp.os.vxworks

    Added after 19 minutes:

    for ucosII if you want i can upload the book by "jean j. labrosee"



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    the best way to study for rtos

    I think ucos is good RTOS for the beginner. . Good Lock !



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    best rtos for beginners

    Hi,
    http://www.onesmartclick.com/rtos/rtos.html has a number of links. I think this will be a good point to start.

    All the best.

    Gautam



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    singles in microc os 2

    To madnanelahi: I personally used Salvo for PIC16877 and it worked. Anyway my recommendation is to migrate to PIC18xxxx and go for PICOS18 RTOS. PIC16xxx is really a poor choise for RTOS implementation.

    To No one: Use Google, please...



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    tinyrtos

    Quote Originally Posted by magicwu
    I want to study RTOS, where is begin?
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    Silberschatz: Operating Systems Concepts, ... Good book for learning OS principles for undergrad and lower grad students. ...



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    ucos os2 rtos

    Quote Originally Posted by ashish sharma
    take a look at this group for vxworks rtos
    news:comp.os.vxworks

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    for ucosII if you want i can upload the book by "jean j. labrosee"


    Hi
    Can you upload ucosII book.

    Thanyou,
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