[LAU] buying a new laptop

andy baxter andy at earthsong.free-online.co.uk
Thu Sep 8 18:04:20 UTC 2011

On 08/09/11 11:49, Diego Simak wrote:
> http://subversion.ffado.org/wiki/IrqPriorities

That link is good for setting the priorities of irq handlers, but 
doesn't tell you how to move a device to a different irq, which is what 
I'd really like.

I just had another look at the onboard firmware config system, and it 
does have a page that lets you assign devices labelled A,B,C... to 
different physical interrupts, but I'm not sure how to use this properly 
or safely. (There's no indication what device 'A' actually is). By 
default they are all set to INT 11, which doesn't come up in 


> 2011/9/8 Atte André Jensen <atte at email.dk <mailto:atte at email.dk>>
>     On 09/08/2011 11:15 AM, andy baxter wrote:
>         If you work out how to change it, please let me know, as it
>         annoys me too!
>     Sure!
>     I've been using stock kernels for a while now, but is it true that
>     this is only relevant when running a rt-patched kernel *and*
>     setting up rt-priorities for IRQ's?
>     In any case, where do I find a quick (re-)intro to how to tune the
>     IRQ's?
>     -- 
>     Atte
>     http://atte.dk http://modlys.dk
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