Realtime scheduling doesn't work
fatgerman at ntlworld.com
Tue Jun 2 22:22:18 UTC 2009
I've never tired this before in *buntu but I've done it OK in other distros. I'm using Kubuntu Jaunty.
I'm trying to run jackd with realtime scheduling, but it keeps reporting that it can't do it. I've installed kernel-rt.
My normal approach is to edit /etc/security/limits.conf. I've chosen to edit permissions for a group my user is a member of, so
@video - rtprio 95
@video - memlock 512000
@video - nice -19
this works in every other distro I've used but *buntu seems to ignore it. Is it because buntu only speaks policykit? How can I sort this, it's pretty much a showstopper for me.
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