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Instituto Argentino de Radioastronomía Observatorio Astronómico de La Plata Aguante Linux

- CAMPBELL CR1000 Data adq.
- ALi m6117 WDT for Linux
- Star I CCD Camera Control
- Tipper
- iso2709 tools (ISIS)

Manuales (locales)
- GLib Reference Manual
- GObject Reference Manual
- Pango Reference Manual
- ATK - Accessibility Toolkit
- The gdk-pixbuf Library
- GDK Reference Manual
- GTK+ Reference Manual
- GTK+ 2.0 Tutorial
- The Linux Programmer's Guide

- Trampa en el Cyberespacio
- Trampa en el Cyberespacio (PostScript)
- El Rumor Maligno

- Rosario, agosto de 2000
- milin 17/09/2000
- SSH (Secure SHell) 08/10/2000

Algunos RFC's



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The User-mode Linux Kernel Home Page
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RTLinux - The Realtime Linux
RTLinux™ is a hard real-time operating system that handles time-critical tasks and runs Linux as its lowest priority execution thread. In RTLinux, a small hard-realtime kernel shares one or more processors with standard Linux. This allows the system to run accurately timed applications to perform data acquisition, systems control and robotics, while still serving as a standard Linux workstation.
The Linux lab project
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TACO - the object oriented control system originally developed at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility to control accelerators and beamlines and data acquisition systems.
Linux for 680x0 based VME boards
Linux port for various 680x0 based VME boards.
The RED Linux Project
An Open Kernel for Real-Time and Embedded Systems.
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Federico Bareilles: fede@iar.unlp.edu.ar [20/04/2016]