*BLOG* Real-Time Linux Part1: introduction

Linux has the advantage to be open-source with great hardware support but it was not designed to be real-time. It is originally designed to be a time-sharing system where the goal is to give the best throughput from the hardware using all the resources at the maximum. This is the opposite requirement of the real-time constraints that needs determinism even at a low global throughput.

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