Last call (was "Natty and RT Kernel)

ailo at
Mon Oct 4 18:04:23 BST 2010

  I suppose I would be most interested in the -rt kernel.
I can help with testing, but I am willing to learn more.
At least one new release each year, I think. LTS seems too far apart.

It would be great if people from different audio distros could 
collaborate on this particular problem, but maybe the 1/2 year dev cycle 
is not good for everyone?
I know that the guys at puredyne were building their own rt-kernel, but 
decided to use the one from Ubuntu's repo for their 9.10 release.
Perhaps if the development cycle was once a year instead of twice a 
year, it would be easier to get more people involved?
Just an idea.

On 10/04/2010 06:13 PM, Mike Holstein wrote:
> Alessio,
> i would like to help in any way i can... testing is something i can 
> handle with my current skill level... anything else i can learn to do, 
> i am willing.. i use your -realtime kernel in lucid right now, but 
> i'll help where ever i can...
> thanks...
> On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 10:27 AM, Alessio Igor Bogani 
> <abogani at <mailto:abogani at>> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     If you would want help in kernel stuff for Ubuntu Studio please reply
>     to these questions:
>     Which are kernels on you are interested in? The -rt, -lowlatency
>     or -realtime?
>     Which kernels you use on per day basis (so you can provide at least
>     test and feedback)?
>     How do you would want help (test, packaging, upstream relation, Ubuntu
>     relation, Studio relation and so on)?
>     Which Ubuntu releases do you would want see well supported for
>     that/those kernels? Every releases or only LTS?
>     Please reply only if you want help.
>     Thanks
>     Ciao,
>     Alessio
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