Was wondering what the difference is between real-time and LTS kernels.
LTS = long term support
Real Time Kernel = optimized for applications that need to be processed in real time
Thank you for your answer, I understand it now.
AFAIK Real-time kernels is for time-sensitive applications. Where you have to know exactly how long something will take.
LTS stands for Long Term Support and is supported for a longer period of time than the normal kernels. Thus a LTS kerneel can ALSO be a real-time kernel.
That makes sense, thank you for your answer.
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