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Old 11-12-2013, 01:10 AM   #1
murugavelrathinam
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About RTOS selection


Hello everybody,
I am Murugavel,working as an Embedded Design Engineer in ORBIT CONTROLS and SERVICES.I am new to RTOS so i need to know Which RTOS is easy to learn by self study anyone please suggest any books,

I read about RTlinux installation procedure and source code download and patching the kernel i felt difficult
in this, anyone please suggest full procedural books or articles.


Thanks in advance..
 
  


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