Stability problems with 9.04 64bit quad core
allornothin.tommy at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 18:27:27 BST 2009
Yes, I am running the 32bit flavour, I'm downloading 64bit right now. Does
anyone have any experience setting up the Mackie onyx?
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 11:31 AM, Gustin Johnson <gustin at echostar.ca> wrote:
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> Kiernan Holland wrote:
> > If it is an interrupt problem, you'll have to move your sound card to
> > another slot.. Or if the sound is on your motherboard, buy another card
> > and use that instead of the motherboard. Also I think the 64-bit kernel
> > is the other problem. I think I read somewhere that Linux doesn't permit
> > you to use the full 4 gigs of ram, that you get something less than 4
> All 32 bit OSs have this limitation. Specifically the total addressable
> about of memory is 4 GiB, but this includes memory that may be on your
> GPU (which on some machines gets counted twice), as well as CPU cache.
> There are ways around this, but the best method is to simply use the 64
> bit variant.
> I can also say that the RT kernel in 9.04 works just fine with my dual
> core machine.
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