[LAU] Linux-audio-user Digest, Vol 30, Issue 6

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Fri Aug 7 05:35:04 EDT 2009

Paul Neaveill wrote:
>   <blockquote>Message: 19
> Date: Tue, 04 Aug 2009 21:36:02 -1000
> From: david <gnome at hawaii.rr.com 
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> Subject: Re: [LAU] resubmitting questions from last week
> To: linuxaudio <linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org 
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> Perhaps you're so far out on the leading edge of audio kernel
> configuration that you're pursuing things nobody else is doing yet?
> Document well what you do, you may be blazing the trail!
> Paul
> </blockquote>
> Appreciate the compliment, but assure you that am not intending anything 
> even close to that at all. Rather, am simply and humbly asking where to 
> plug in the values mentioned last week or so by several people about the 
> migration, posixcputmr and the other things. 
> Continued thanks in advance and process of this

Well, good luck. I don't even have an RT kernel running on my 
synthesizer/effects laptop setup - the attempt to add an RT kernel to an 
Ubuntu setup successfully hosed the Ubuntu setup beyond my willingness 
to try to repair.

I do need to add one, though! Or maybe do some selective optimization 
(like removing wireless support, I don't use wireless, anyway). Xruns 
and crackling, plus messages that it has run out of CPU. I'd like to use 
JACKRack's plugins, but using more than one at time to process 
fluidsynth-generated sounds seems to be more than what the laptop's 
2.8GHz Celeron is capable of handling without an RT kernel.

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