Gutsy realtime kernel
raydar at inetnebr.com
Wed Oct 17 13:58:40 BST 2007
On Wed, 2007-10-17 at 12:00 +0100,
ubuntu-studio-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com wrote:
> Considering Ubuntustudio gutsy is days away from release, there is little to no point, as
> UbuntuStudio gutsy will have a realtime kernel.
I've been Gutsy beta- & release-candidate testing for a couple weeks,
and the realtime kernel came down the pipe just the other day. After it
installed and I rebooted, X failed to start properly. I went back &
booted the "generic" kernel and all was well.
I did see something mentioned in the Ubuntu Forums about video being
sensitive to kernel latency/preepmtion settings, and I have an Nvidia
card that X didn't like under Gutsy until a new Gutsy "nvidia" (as
opposed to the open-source "nv") driver became available.
Does this make anyone think, "Oh, that's because . . ." or "Just do
this . . ."? Hopefully more ugrades/updates will arrive & will fix it;
release day hasn't actually arrived, after all.
(I also started a thread at
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