afaik, the realtime linux is something that a regular linux kernel runs on top of, with some small modifications. so it would mainly mean porting the realtime linux, not extensively modifying the current kernel. and yes, it might be harder than a minimal os, dunno, but it might be a nice solution :)
the goal of a real-time os is to provide some processes the ability to work on timing critical issues. this means they need the ability to prevent being preempted by the scheduler, being interrupted by other tasks... isn't that what we want for our emulators? full control, not being interrupted...
just wondering, if os background processes really disturb the programs, why immediatly go for minimal os?
wouldn't an os with realtime abilities be equally good? i know there's a way to add realtime capabilities to your linux os (although i got 0 experience with it), and wouldn't the effect be...
i doubt it'll do any good. the idiots that think it'll run windows, are the same idiots that'll never read stickys...
it might be worth a try, but besides giving you another weapon to flame them with, it probably won't change anything
i'm actually wondering wether this is a serious comment or not
seriously, the entire argument for moving was complete lack of will on hando's site to fix it, or let someone fix it. they're very right that this will one day end in catastrophe, and i've seen it happen on another community forum i...
besides, as if this would ever seriously work
who has a good enough internet connection to stream that kind of data reliably? on the internet connections here in belgium, you'd hit your bandwith limit after a day of using the service ^^
not to mention i can't imagine much places where the...
we've gone over this a million times already i think, but lets say it again?
netbook vs pandora:
-pandora fits in your pocket
-has a touchscreen
-has gaming controls
if you don't care for either of those, get the netbook
lol, i found an error in one of the graphs ^^
the one with minimum/average/maximum read speed ^^
for the first card, min is 19.4, average is 19.7, max is 19.6 ^^
the average is higher than the maximum, very interesting :D