andycampbell.uk at gmail.com
Wed May 16 15:56:05 PDT 2012
Here is a short (and late) follow-up on the comment from Martin
Tarenskeen about RT kernel 3.2.16-1.rt27.2.fc16.ccrma.x86_64.rt. I
also installed this on my Fedora system.
This is the first RT kernel that I have used - previously I struggled
with regular kernels, or recently the rtirq switch on standard
kernels. For as long as I have been using firewire on linux (2
years+), I have had varying amounts of xruns with different kernel
versions, and I had learned to accept that this is normal.
Now, using 3.2.16-1.rt27 is like a dream come true. My firewire
system is solid as a rock - no xruns, no matter what the system is
doing, at very low latencies. It's awesome!
Thanks to the ccrma team. You have changed my music world!
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 11:14 AM, Martin Tarenskeen
<m.tarenskeen at zonnet.nl> wrote:
> I am glad to report that with
> I finally have a version again that does not put my computer in an
> unusable state. The last working rt kernel until now for me was
> All the newer versions I could not use. Something important seems to be
> fixed. Thanks!
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