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Re: replace a legacy proprietary RTOS (Real-Time executive) with NetBSD!

On Jun 1,  7:05pm, Mindaugas Rasiukevicius wrote:
} "Thirupathiah Annapureddy" <writetothiru%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
} > 
} > We are evaluating to replace a legacy proprietary RTOS (Real-Time
} > executive) with NetBSD as one of the potential and leading candidates.
} > 
} > ...
} > 
} > - Although man pages are good, it is difficult to figure out the what
} > kind of APIs it provides for a particular OS service for ex:
} > synchronization and communication services, threading services on both
} > the kernel and user side. Is there an architecture handbook that be
} > quickly browsed to find out such info and later refer to the man pages
} > for more info?
} While it would be nice to have a handbook (unfortunately, I do not know any),
} manuals provide quite good and up-to-date documentation. Some man pages
} describing common kernel interfaces, which may be a ground to start:

     There is the NetBSD Internals Guide at
http://www.netbsd.org/docs/internals/en/index.html .  This is a work
progress, but may be helpful.

}-- End of excerpt from Mindaugas Rasiukevicius

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