[LAU] ubuntu realtime.
marcel.marti at gmail.com
Wed May 27 14:50:22 EDT 2009
I had a lot of latency problems running Ubuntu 8.10 with a realtime kernel.
And nothing changed modifying the limits.conf file and adding myself to the
audio group. So I decided to install Musix <http://www.musix.org.ar/>. I
think it is the best distro for audio-linux ever. At first glance it looks
rather messy but it works as smooth as a Mercedes-Benz.
I've reached latencies of 3 ms. with no trace of xrun nor clicks in the
audio, while in Ubuntu I just could barely get close to 25 ms which was
insane. I cannot recommend anything else. Trust me.
2009/5/27 Thomas Kerstgens <thomas_kerstgens at web.de>
> Hi Tom,
> I just went fine with the instructions on the jack-faq-page (
> http://jackaudio.org/faq). Did you add these lines to your
> /etc/security/limits.conf ?:
> @audio - rtprio 99
> @audio - memlock unlimited
> @audio - nice -19
> Do not forget to add yourself to the group 'audio' and re-login. This in
> combination with the rt-kernel works great for me.
> Regards, Thomas
> > could someone point me in the direction to a guide on setting up rt-
> > kernel on ubuntu jaunty. i'm having trouble getting qjackctl started
> > in realtime mode despite the fact that i am running 2.6.28-3-rt #12-
> > Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT RT. i've done this in other distros but i must be
> > missing something here.
> > thanks.
> > t
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