What happened to RT kernel development?
themuso at themuso.com
Wed Jul 23 12:56:32 BST 2008
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On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 09:08:36PM EST, Susan Cragin wrote:
> I'm on Intrepid, and linux-rt seems to have stopped at 2.6.24, whereas the regular kernel is up to 2.6.26-4.
> Are we supposed to compile our own?
Unfortunately a few things have thrown things into a bit of disarray re the rt kernel. Firstly, the kernel package structure/separation has massively changed in intrepid. The Canonical Kernel team do not wish to support any kernels other than official kernels for desktop/server for i386/amd64. Secondly, as far as I am aware, there is no RT patch for 2.6.26 yet.
We are keeping our eye on things pretty closely, as we want an rt kernel as much as everybody else, so please bare with us.
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