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#1 2012-01-02 15:09:23

atang1
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Saving Linux file switching architecture ? shared files tested

After all the bugs galore situation in Linux distros and desktop apps, one wonders why no professions do file switching in the drams? So, you never have missing binding, and symlinks missused.

Every app when launched are installed in the drams. all dependency checked during install. and symlinks tested.

It may slow linux apps, but if limited to only a few apps, things can be managed very well.

Right now the problem is linux tried to install all the apps that you might never use. and that require priority assignment on installed software that shared files in the gcc library. Video and audio had to be installed. keyboard and mouse too. Then only one app can be launched. Some reason that Linux can not do ambiguous dialup modem at the same time. And WiFi also has problems running with alsa installed.

So, this is the task that Linus Torvalds had to straighten out.

But in QNX the linux apps are called by posix packets. Dependencies can be tested when hal quarry on Dbus any app drivers. Gnu had made hal layer under udev when udev is ambiguous without firmware? Hal has to know firmware is installed before apps can work through Dbus.

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#2 2012-01-19 22:35:17

atang1
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Re: Saving Linux file switching architecture ? shared files tested

Hal is posix packets, Gnu is file switching automation.

When an application is launched, Hal checks data storage for files to be used; then checks dependencies before lauching the files that are shared. udev rules has to wait until firmware is defined for the ambiguous hardware. Then DSP devices can be applied by drivers and its instructions.

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