[Wine] Real time DOS programs

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 07:17:27 CDT 2006

   Have you tried a kernel using Ingo Molnar's realtime preempt
patches? I use it for audio work and it suits my purposes.


   How you give your DOS program realtime priorities is beyond me but
you might be able to figure that out.

Hope this helps,

On 4/19/06, Søren Madsen <Soeren at madsen2themax.dk> wrote:
> Hi!
> I have a program written for DOS which runs in wine. However, the program
> requires very precise timing, which is possible in DOS since its not a
> multitasking OS. So in order to run the program sucesfully in wine, some form
> of real-time task management needs to be present, specifically the BIOS clock
> interrupt need to happen exactly right for "my" program to work.
> Is it possible to run such programs in wine using, say, RTLinux or such?
> --
> Kind Regards,
>   Søren Madsen
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