Real-time kernel and Nvidia
lang.gerhard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 21:37:13 BST 2010
Am 23.08.2010 20:43, schrieb Jonathan Goodman:
> On Mon, 2010-08-23 at 01:03 +0200, Gerhard Lang wrote:
>> Am 22.08.2010 20:01, schrieb Jonathan Goodman:
>>> 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
>> Add *'ppa:falk-t-j/lucid' *to your repos, install kernel
>> 2.6.33-29-realtime and the patched nvidia drivers you'll find there.
>> I can't figure out how to add this toetc/apt/sources.list. I'd rather add it to synaptic but how do I do all this?
>> You'll find information about these issues in ubuntu-forums, subforum
>> ubuntu studio
>> Best regards Gerhard
|just paste and run this in terminal: |
|sudo add-apt-repository ppa:falk-t-j/lucid&& sudo apt-get update
The PPA’s repository will be automatically added and so will the GPG key.
after this you'll find linux kernel image and headers 2.6.33-29-realtime and the patched nvidia drivers in synaptic readyfor install
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