I'm new to ROS, but I really need it for my project. I know there has been a few questions about ROS and real time, and I heard that ROS is NOT real time, and I need to use OROCOS if I need real time.
But, I rather not deal with OROCOS at the moment, and I would like to know if there is anyway to use a real time kernel, like rt-kernel or Xenogami, with ROS. I could not find a good instruction on how to do so..Is there any document or tutorials about it?
Any help would be appreciated
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Comment by joq on 2013-05-16:
The vanilla Linux kernel has provided quite decent real-time performance for many years. Unless you have unusually tough latency or hard-response guarantees, it will probably work fine.
Comment by sdfzz on 2013-05-28:
Thank you for your reply...I will check vanilla kernel