Last call (was "Natty and RT Kernel)
MailForErik at GMail.com
Mon Oct 4 17:46:23 BST 2010
*Which are kernels on you are interested in? *-*rt *
*Which kernels you use on per day basis (so you can provide at least test
and feedback)? -rt*
I use the *-rt kernel on a daily basis* for both multimedia work and
non-multimedia work, on my laptop, and it is very reliable for me and I
never get xruns in Ardour with it.
I (and probably many others on this list) do not have a good grasp of who is
doing what in regards to Ubuntu Studio, but I'd like to understand more.
I'd like to learn more about what is involved with getting an -rt kernel
available for Ubuntu Studio and I'd be willing to help.
*How do you want to help (test, packaging, upstream relation, Ubuntu
relation, Studio relation and so on)? Test*
Not sure what the *relation items mean, but if pointed to some educational
materials, perhaps I can help with other things as well.
*Which Ubuntu releases do you would want see well supported for that/those
kernels? Every releases or only LTS? Preferably every release.*
Alessio, what you wrote at
is very helpful information. Do you have any advice on where I can learn
more so that I can more effectively help?
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 09:27, Alessio Igor Bogani <abogani at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> If you would want help in kernel stuff for Ubuntu Studio please reply
> to these questions:
> Which are kernels on you are interested in? The -rt, -lowlatency or
> Which kernels you use on per day basis (so you can provide at least
> test and feedback)?
> How do you would want help (test, packaging, upstream relation, Ubuntu
> relation, Studio relation and so on)?
> Which Ubuntu releases do you would want see well supported for
> that/those kernels? Every releases or only LTS?
> Please reply only if you want help.
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