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Thread: Write voltage and MAX232
picon face BY : Peter L. Peres email (remove spam text)

On Wed, 11 Nov 1998, John Payson wrote:

> a decent job of producing the necessary timings, but under Windows,
> Linux, etc. it's possible for the CPU to lose its timeslice between

In the case of a (temporarily) dedicated linux box, the only reason you
can 'lose timing' is because you are a boat anchor at kernel mode
programming. Been there, and got over it. After all, you have the source
and you can do with the scheduler whatever you want. Also temporarily
locks disk access and other useful things.



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