Last call (was "Natty and RT Kernel)
Alessio Igor Bogani
abogani at ubuntu.com
Tue Oct 5 09:37:54 BST 2010
2010/10/5 David Henningsson <david.henningsson at canonical.com>:
> great that you want to manage these kernels!
I have always managed -rt kernels in Ubuntu since Feisty Until
Maverick where I have gave up for personal reasons.
> I'm mostly curious about -lowlatency, but unfortunately I haven't got around
> to test it. I think -preempt is a server kernel? Could you also say that
> -lowlatency is the desktop version of -preempt?
I don't know much about -preempt. A low latency kernel in server
context make little sense to me at least.
> Is there a difference between -rt and -realtime, except that your -realtime
> seems more updated than -rt? Do you think we should replace the official
> linux-rt, with your linux-realtime?
Few minutes ago I replied to Laurent about that.
> closely until now, so I'd also like to ask you - do you feel you have the
> support you need from the kernel-team's side for maintaining these kernels?
Really I don't understand what you mean with "feel".
In any case I avoid to reply on this answer because I don't want start a flame.
> I think we need to have it for every release, to get the best possible
> testing and quality of these kernels. If that's possible?
The time of one-man-kernel-made is finished. So if people want the
real time kernel they should help.
>> Please reply only if you want help.
> Just to clarify, did you mean "if you need help" (you help me) or "if you
> want to help" (I help you) ?
I don't need help unless you want offer me a serious job. Real time
kernel need help.
All -rt kernels have always worked well on my old laptop also the
infamous Intrepid and Jaunty releases.
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