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- Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 13:08:37 -0500 (EST)
- From: gregory.menke at gsfc.nasa.gov (gregory.menke at gsfc.nasa.gov)
- Subject: Recommendation needed
Efren, I copied the RTEMS list because there may be others interested
in our work here;
Try http://osgroup.gsfc.nasa.gov:8001 for the moment. Someone is
being clever with a router and disabling access to web servers.
If it has now become Goddard policy to disable all outside access to
internal webservers regardless of their type and level of security I
may have to take it down. You might consider printing whatever you
find relevant (if anything) in case this happens.
Efren Serra writes:
> Could not access your URL; any clues as to why? Thank you.
> > > > i want to use RTEMS and my boss says "no one uses this RTOS in a serious
> > > > industrial application" (machine control). Please give me a mail with
> > > > your industrial application and your confidence of RTEMS to convince my
> > > > boss. thank you.
> > >
> > > RTEMS is being used to control the Canadian Light Source (300 MeV
> > > electron linear accelerator, 300 MeV->2.9 GeV booster ring, 2.9 GeV
> > > synchrotron storage ring) synchrotron light source. I'd say that is a
> > > pretty serious (quasi-)industrial application. See www.cls.usask.ca for
> > > more information.
> > Its been selected as the embedded OS for an upcoming satellite
> > constellation tech development mission called ST-5. Our group is
> > doing the bsp, http://osgroup.gsfc.nasa.gov:8000 has some detail.
> > Gregm