[linux-audio-user] alsa rtc patch in 2.4.23?
stone1 at btinternet.com
Thu Jan 8 10:45:22 EST 2004
On Thu, Jan 08, 2004 at 01:54:41AM +0100, martijn wrote:
> Once upon a Wed, Jan 07 2004, James Stone hit keys in the following order:
> > Yep.. got 2.6.0 working now. It does seem to be pretty good! I am
> > getting a non-audio related kernel panic on shutdown but apart from that
> > it is very nice. I was under the impression the RTC timing was not as
> > good as the patched 2.4 kernel but it sounds pretty close to me.
> did you do a 'sysctl dev.rtc.max-user-freq=1024' ? I'm pretty happy with
> 2.6.0-mm2 right now, which seems to give me better performance then 2.4.22 with
> all the patches in place. i chose to run the mm patch because i had trouble
> with my disk performance and Andrew included a ext3-latency-fix.patch ... in
> the end it appeared that my trouble were because i accedently included my
> chipset support only as a module which was never loaded, so the disk wasn't in
> udma mode.
No I hadn't. That is very useful though I needed to do
sysctl -w dev.rtc.max-user-freq=1024
(i.e. with the -w switch)
I still had a problem when I tried to enable capabilities with the
patch for jack. When I ran jack with startjack as a normal user, it ran
for a short while then stopped (can't remember the error message now.. I
changed back to the unpatched kernel and now start jack as root). Any
hints on how to get this working would be appreciated.
But overall, I agree, 2.6 is a great step forward.
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