[LAU] Trying to get rid of xruns [Fixed - for now!]
matt at smiffytech.com
Mon Aug 11 20:02:06 EDT 2008
Quoth Arnold Krille at 2008-08-11 22:23...
> What is wrong with using your low-latency optimized kernel for day-to-day
> work? Here this works since ~5 years...
Nothing really wrong but...
At the moment, my low-latency kernel is missing many modules - I
stripped it right down to a bare minimum for testing. (I changed
modules I use to NOT CONFIGURED because the system has a nasty habit of
loading modules that are there when it feels like it.)
I just need to find the time to re-configure the kernel, hunt down all
the init scripts that are starting modules without my permission, get
rid of them and then build a whole load of new init scripts that will
allow me to change between my day-to-day runlevel and my low-latency
runlevel. These scripts will take care of all the appropriate module
loading and unloading.
It's just finding the time to do it at the moment.
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