[linux-audio-user] Kernel 2.6.x latency

Sampo Savolainen v2 at iki.fi
Fri Mar 12 04:58:40 EST 2004


Did I understand correctly: building the realtime module, modifies some of
the modules under the kernel tree? 

How can I build a debian package of the kernel then? If I make the kernel
with make-kpkg, I will have the debian package ready, and it will not
include the changes made by realtime?

I really would like to use make-kpkg instead of make modules_install etc. 

Any ideas?


Jack O'Quin <joq at io.com>:

> Eric Dantan Rzewnicki <eric at zhevny.com> writes:
> > insmod /usr/src/realtime-0.0.3/realtime.ko allcaps=1 gid=29
> There's nothing wrong with this.
> > I build it, but don't run the make install since doing so wipes out
> > all other modules. That's why I use insmod instead of a modprobe. (I'm
> > open to suggestions on better ways if they exist.)
> What happens when you run `make install'?
> If you have KERNEL_DIR set correctly, it *should* reinstall all the
> modules configured for your kernel sources.  To save time, I usually
> do the kernel `make modules' but no `make modules_install'.  Then, the
> realtime `make install' will install everything once.
> If we can figure out what's going wrong, I should at least make the
> INSTALL instructions clearer.
> -- 
>   joq

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