janina at rednote.net
Fri Dec 31 08:23:07 PST 2010
Fernando Lopez-Lezcano writes:
> ... ... most probably you
> have to add your user to the proper group to be able to get realtime
> scheduling enabled. Hmmm, maybe I should add an extra package in Planet
> CCRMA to enable all users (although some will complain about the
> security risks of doing so).
I've never understood those purported risks. Seems to me there's far
more risk of inoperative systems than of actual privacy violations.
And, it also strikes me that there's some kind of heavy prejudice
underlying it all. Everyone takes for granted the notion that a user
who sits down at a computer will interact with a monitor, yet there's all
kinds of falderal about who gets to hear audio from it. Am I alone in
seeing a disconnect here?
> -- Fernando
> > I remember few years ago that one of the reasons (among many others),
> > why Fernando was packaging Jack, was to toggle this 'realtime' switch.
> > Best of all,
> > --* Juan
> > On Sun, 2010-12-26 at 13:47 -0500, Orcan Ogetbil wrote:
> >> On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 11:29 AM, Oded Ben-Tal wrote:
> >>> hi,
> >>> I was planning to use the holiday time to catch up and upgrade my system to
> >>> FC14. Am I right that as of now there is no Jack or ffado for FC14? Or did
> >>> those just migrate to the central repository instead of the planet?
> >> Hello,
> >> Jack2 and ffado are moved to the official Fedora repos.
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