[linux-audio-announce] [ANN] E-Radium V0.61e and Das_Watchdog V0.2.0

Kjetil S. Matheussen kjetil at ccrma.stanford.edu
Mon Feb 20 16:36:41 EST 2006

Download from http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~kjetil/src/


E-radium is Radium and a special version of E-UAE (with support for 
realtime scheduling and alsa midi). Radium is a unique type of music
event editor made to be efficient and give all sorts of possibilities. 
The user interface is inspired by trackers, but Radium is generally a lot 
more versatile and can be used for all kind of genres. 

Warning: E-radium does not seem to work on 64bit machines. :-(

Changes 0.61d->0.61e
-Run XInitThreads(). Should fix e-radium in case you got xlib async
  errors. (Fix for SMP machines)


Das_Watchdog is a general watchdog for the linux operating system that
should be run in the background at all times to ensure a realtime process
won't hang the machine.

Changes 0.1.2->0.2.0
* Don't do anything if no process priorities are changed, when
* Added the --force option, that sets the priority of all timer processes
   to FIFO/99.
* Added the das_watchdog /etc/init.d script provided by Stefan Kersten.
* Added the --verbose option.
* Check that its the same process when setting back old priority.
* Don't set back to old priority if the priority has been changed in the
   mean time.
* Added options for setting increasetime, checktime and waittime.
   (--increasetime, --checktime and --waittime)
* Don't change the priority of any timer process when watchdogging.
* Smaller code cleanups.

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