[LAU] Are RT-patches needed anymore? (Was Re: >= 2.6.27 RT ETA? )
raffaele.morelli at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 10:48:29 EDT 2009
I downloaded vanilla sources from kernel.org and "compiled" using the debian
2009/3/10 David Baron <d_baron at 012.net.il>
> On Tuesday 10 March 2009 15:45:44 Cassiel wrote:
> > Hi again,
> > debian stock kernels are not rt. In order to work with lower latencies
> > boost audio performance you need to patch the generic kernel.
> > A fix for midi should be in this rt patch
> >but I am not sure) and higher. Otherwise you can download the patch here
> > http://offog.org/stuff/rt-200901/tasklets-fix-tasklet_hi_action.patch
> > Actually I am on 2.6.29-rt-vanilla, debian way compiled, on
> > but I did it on lenny a couple of days after it was released.
> > When compiling from vanilla sources you must prevent compiler warnings to
> > stop building by checking "Kernel hacking" -> "Continue building despite
> > compiler warnings" and then go with make-kpkg as usual on debian.
> Where did you get "Debian Way" sources for 2.6.29?
> The last kernel I made for rt patches that was workable was 2.6.23 which I
> prepatched from musix. Kernels I built for 2.6.25 and 2.6.26 had problems
> IDE DMA and were too dangerous to use (this was for a via chipset MB). I am
> running an unpatched (none available) 2.6.28 without problems but have done
> audio on it. Things play OK.
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