[LAU] an rt kernel for ubuntu 8.10 ?
seablaede at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 13:55:02 EST 2009
While it has been a while since I compiled a kernel, I think you might
want to look at this if you are looking for stable...
Essentially the PREEMPT_RT patches are only considered stable at this time
on up to 2.6.26, the newer stuff should be considered dev. At least if I
understood the article correctly. At any rate this is probably where I
would start if I was going to compile one today from scratch.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 8:50 AM, Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com>wrote:
> Gordon J. C. Pearce MM3YEQ wrote:
> > Stop using Ubuntu. Their realtime kernel is seriously flawed in many
> > ways. USB MIDI is broken, and there is little or no support for
> > binary-only drivers.
> I've been using 8.10 without the rt kernel and am fairly happy with it
> as a general purpose system. However, for my music purposes I need an rt
> kernel, hence the original post.
> > Since Ubuntu seems to be going down the Microsoft-like "You will do it
> > our way or you will not do it at all" route, I can no longer recommend
> > Ubuntu for any purpose.
> I assume you refer to Intrepid ? Hardy seems well-regarded and (IIRC) is
> now the basis for the upcoming release of 64 Studio 3.0.
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