[linux-audio-user] Realtime kernel - what's the current status?

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 20:55:21 EST 2006

You still need a patched kernel. The 'preemptive kernel' is not the
same as the 'real-time preemptive kernel'.

Hope this helps,

On 12/26/06, Peter Clarke <pgclarke at beeb.net> wrote:
> What's the current status of the realtime-enabled kernel?
> Up till now I've been using the patched 2.6.16-rt26 on an
> i686.  I just re-synced my Gentoo packages list and found
> that the latest standard kernel is 2.6.19-r2.  I'm using
> rezound and muse with JACK.  Do I still need to use a
> patched kernel - or has the necessary realtime capability
> found its way into the mainstream kernel?  If so, I guess I
> would still need the realtime module.  Is this correct?
> Thanks,
> Peter C

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