diagnostic tools to trace the reason xruns are happening?
bart.deruyter at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 16:02:46 UTC 2011
Hey, thanks for the script.. the kernel is built, and I've booted using it,
but I didn't test it yet. The nvidia driver does not work, but if I could
set my screen resolution correctly, that would be enough for me. I then
could switch between kernels for audio and graphic, 3D work. I hope I won't
have to re-enable the nvidia driver each time I boot into the generic
kernel, and disable it again when I boot into the realtime kernel.
The resolution of my screen is not listed in the tool provided for modifying
the resolution. It should be 1680 x 1050 at 109 Hz, but it's limited to 1400
x 1050 at 56 Hz.
Ralf, you mentioned the 2.6.39 kernel. You meant the real time features will
be included in this generic kernel? That would be wonderfull, no need to
have specialised kernels for it anymore, and with nvidia driver capabilities
:-D. I hope will be released in a repository soon.
2011/6/5 Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>
> On Sun, 2011-06-05 at 13:25 +0200, bart deruyter wrote:
> > My system now is this :
> > 2.6.38-8-lowlatency #42+all1~natty1-Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT Fri Apr 29
> > 03:22:51 UTC 2011 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> > It already says PREEMPT aparently, but no rt.
> > thanks for looking into this, might make life much easier :-).
> You can edit the script. It (nearly) only does, what you usually need to
> type manually in a terminal emulation.
> When the script runs 'make oldconfig' you perhaps only need to push
> enter for every question, but it would be better to read the output and
> if there should be something asked regarding to real-time, to answer
> The script is attached and reedited to fit to your setup, hence it's not
> tested for your setup, but it should work.
> sudo sh rt4us-natty
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