UbuntuStudio controls redesign
ricardolameiro at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 13:11:02 BST 2010
I also can try to speak with rncbc, (the rtirq script maker) to ask for some
2010/3/30 Ricardo Lameiro <ricardolameiro at gmail.com>
> rtprio is intended to be configured on the ubuntustudio controls v0.6. I
> found some problem to set it up my self, you need to have the card pluged in
> to scan for irqs etc.(I have a firewire interface). I think a GUI helper for
> this could be very helpfull.
> I think we could edit the Ubuntustudio wiki page that Scott made, and start
> to lay down the ideas as fas as possible, so it will be easier and faster to
> people start to code and debate.
> 2010/3/30 Fritz Meissner <meissner.fritz at gmail.com>
> On 30 March 2010 06:17, Brian David <beejunk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 2:49 PM, Fritz Meissner <
>> meissner.fritz at gmail.com>
>> > wrote:
>> >> Secondly, I have recently seen rather exasperated comments (from
>> >> someone that I respect as an authority) that the mystique surrounding
>> >> "nice" settings is misplaced and that it has virtually nothing to do
>> >> with audio performance. If this is the case, then should that setting
>> >> not be removed from the Controls ?
>> > I'd be interested to hear these comments, because from my understanding,
>> > niceness has a lot to do with audio performance. Or, more generally, it
>> > a lot to with the performance of any process. By setting the niceness
>> > programs run by users in the Audio group to -19, you are letting the
>> > know that those programs take precedence over most others when deciding
>> > to allocate CPU resources. How would this not help performance? If
>> this is
>> > misguided, then it would definitely be good to know.
>> > --
>> > -Brian David
>> The comments I was remembering are in the following two posts on the
>> Linux Audio User mailing list :
>> I don't have the expertise to evaluate them, but there are enough
>> knowledgeable people on LAU that I would have expected the comments to
>> be shot down if they were out of line (they weren't).
>> I noticed in those posts that they regard rtprio as the critical
>> setting - should this be included in Studio Controls ?
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