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Old 01-05-2011, 07:22 AM   #1
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how to perform two tasks at a time in kernel...

iam doing a project on at91sam9261 using linux-2.6-28 version.
i have to do two tasks at a time in kernel .how can i perform task is to update the data frm gpio pin and back end i have read the data of one register.
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You can't. They have to take turns.
Old 01-18-2011, 04:46 AM   #3
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actually my prblem is:

i have to count the number of pulse generateed at interrupt pin and at the same time i have to read the data from aread register via spi protocol ata time...iam not bothered about the instantaoeus read of pulsecount when i press any key then i should get the counts..but at the back end i should read the register continusly....


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