Last call (was "Natty and RT Kernel)
mikeh789 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 18:31:40 BST 2010
i am using your PPA on a 64 bit install of lucid, and i dont plan on
migrating to maverick... i ran into all kinds of trouble at first trying to
use the proprietary driver and the -rt kernel from the normal repo... i had
a test 32bit install going on that same box, and messed around with it,
never got to the desktop with -rt and proprietary nvidia driver... i
re-installed a 64bit version, and just went with the default driver, and all
is good... no 3d support though, but thats fine for my needs on that box.. i
have another 32bit install on a laptop where the wireless does not work with
the -realtime kernel... i dont need/use wireless when booting the -realtime
kernel on that machine, but i can look into that more if you want...
i can install maverick on my 64bit desktop box using a test hard drive, so
im good for testing whatever combination of ubuntu version and kernel that
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 1:17 PM, Alessio Igor Bogani <abogani at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> 2010/10/4 Mike Holstein <mikeh789 at gmail.com>:
> > willing.. i use your -realtime kernel in lucid right now, but i'll help
> Good. So I suppose that you have grabbed it from my PPA.
> Do you know of some sort of bugs on that kernel? Are you using some
> closed video drivers (nvidia, fglrx, virtualbox, lirc, drbd, asterisk,
> bcmwl, r5u87xa and so on)? Do you plan to migrate to Maverick soon or
> remain stick on Lucid? Which arch are you using (i386 known as "32
> bit" or amd64 known as
> Alessio ~ listing "smock signals" from Mike's MySpace.
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