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

Jack O'Quin joq at io.com
Fri Mar 12 11:54:34 EST 2004

Sampo Savolainen <v2 at iki.fi> writes:

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


But when you do `make install' it runs `make modules_install' for the
kernel, which regenerates everything in the /lib/modules/2.6.xx

> 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?

Separate packaging of these small LSM modules is still a work in
progress.  There are no standard solutions yet, AFAICT.  

If you want to help, there are people on the debian-multimedia ML
actively trying to figure out how to do this.  I'll do what I can, but
I am not a Debian Developer, nor an expert on the Debian packaging

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

So would I.

If you want to hack something yourself, I suspect that the simplest
approach will be to turn it into a kernel patch, which you would apply
using the existing PATCH_THE_KERNEL mechanism of make-kpkg.  If you do
that, please keep me posted on your results.

It seems that a kernel-patch version of this LSM is worth having.
I'll work on that when I find time.  It should be straightforward.
But, I've got too many other uncompleted tasks right now.  :-)

The Debian multimedia people want a binary distribution method.  That
will likely require a different solution.

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