Linux 3.0 Real-Time Kernel Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 23 July 2011 at 02:36 PM EDT. 7 Comments
After not being updated for a few mainline kernel release cycles, the real-time (RT) Linux kernel has been updated against the Linux 3.0 kernel release.

Thomas Gleixner announced the Linux 3.0-rt1 kernel on the kernel mailing list yesterday, which integrates the RT patch-set atop the vanilla kernel.

For a verbose update on the state of the real-time Linux kernel, see this earlier email for a good overview. There's also more information on the real-time kernel via the Wiki.
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