Real-time kernel and Nvidia

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at
Sun Aug 22 20:36:28 BST 2010

On Sun, 2010-08-22 at 21:01 +0300, Jonathan Goodman wrote:
> Hi,   On a recent update from Synaptic lurid :), I installed 2 realtime
> kernels [Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS, kernel 2.6.31-11-rt, Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS,
> kernel 2.6.31-10-rt] . 
> They both gave the following error message on bootup
>  but then proceeded to boot with no problem: 
> mount:mounting none on /drive failed:no such device qa34229f8 
> [I think this is the disk id]
>    The only problem is that with these kernels the graphics went to low
> resolution but worked fine. So I installed the proprietary NVIDIA
> drivers current version. On reboot, when I log in to the desktop,with
> tie real time kernel my system freezes and I have to do a hard reboot
> into the generic kernel.   How can I remove the NVIDIA driver from the
> realtime kernel and how can I get these realtime kernels to work with
> NVIDIA drivers?   Caveat: The proprietary NVIDIA driver in the generic
> kernel improves system performance with audio and there are no longer
> Xruns.   Thank you in advance, Aaron

... I do have issues with the default realtime kernels and NVIDI too and
regarding to non-JACK-audio-apps.

I'll try to fix those issues, when I've done the current production,
using 64 Studio.

Search the mailing list archive (I guess there is one), some days ago
somebody gives me a hint, sorry, I don't have time to search my mails

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