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Real Time Application Interface

RTAI is a realtime extension with a broad variety of services which make realtime programmers' lifes easier. Some of them are

choose between FIFO and RR scheduling policies on a per task basis. extended POSIX APIs and message queues, in kernel and user space semaphores can be typed as: counting, binary and resource a mailbox implementation LXRT for hard real time in user space

This is a metapackage that depends on the latest versions of the individual RTAI packages.

Package version:3.8.1-4


RTAI for Debian

Please see the documents in the rtai-doc package or RTAIs website
( for a description of the rtai software.

The Debian RTAI source package currently provides six packages,

 1) rtai-source: This package provides the source for the kernel modules,
    and the patches for the kernel. _Both_ must be used, i.e. the kernel must
    be patched and r


Installing RTAI-3.x

0. RTAI 3.6

RTAI uses only the leanest and fastest RTAI+Linux combination now, i.e. it 
dispatches real time interrupts immediately. Moreover within such a scheme 
i386 has the possibility of completely avoiding the dispatching of critical 
internal timers and interprocessor scheduling interrupts by vectoring them 


rtai (3.8.1-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Removed dependency dh-kpatches and make-kpkg patch strategy
    (Closes: #538193)

 -- Roland Stigge <>  Wed, 04 May 2011 11:43:54 +0200

rtai (3.8.1-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Support platform arm/armel (Closes: #598915)
  * debian/control: Standards-Version: 3.9.2

 -- Roland Stigge <>  Sun, 10 Apr 2011 18:24:42 +0200



2010-05-07 Pierangelo Masarati <>

	* RTAI 3.8.1

2010-05-07 Paolo Mantegazza


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Tue, 22 Jun 2004 

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