sdavmor at systemstheory.net
Wed Oct 1 15:42:58 BST 2008
Cory K. wrote:
> sandie wrote:
>> I just joined this list, so please bear with me if this has been
>> asked a thousand times before :-) Is there any word about a
>> realtime kernel in Ubustu-Ipex ? and if not... is there a
>> beginners guide to building it yourself ?
> Intrepid will not be *shipping* with -rt. We intend to make every
> effort to get it in after release but many things will have to fall
> into place. Preliminary tests show that the current Hardy -rt
> kernel works minus some issues with non-free drivers but installing
> -generic *before* upgrading might be a good idea. We're looking at
> things to make this easier atm. Users are encouraged to stick with
> Hardy on production machines. Efforts will be made to backport
> packages like Ardour.
> As far as building -rt from scratch, I'm sure others can chime in.
> Note that upstream -rt currently does not support 2.6.27.
> (126.96.36.199-rt9 is latest patch) This is a part of the reason for no
> -rt in Intrepid.
> -Cory K.
FWIW I've tried Intrepid with the 2.2.26 rt for AMD64 for about 10
days. In one word "don't". There's a laundry-list of things that cause
the system to lock up and go braindead -- many of them video and audio
driver related. But many apps appear to work on the generic kernel
(performance issues aside). And many of them appear to work in the
latest (Intrepid alpha 6) versions using the 2.2.19 rt kernel that is
available for Hardy.
I have to agree with Cory that for now Ubuntu Studio users should
stick with Hardy because the 2.2.26 rt kernel is not ready to go as
part of Intrepid, let alone as part of Ubuntu Studio Intrepid. That
may change in the next 30 days, but I suggest letting Cory et al pull
their hair out and swear at their computers dealing with the problems
of 2.2.26 rt. YMMV.
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