On Mon, 22.06.09 23:19, Jörn Nettingsmeier (email@example.com) wrote:
> so what is this about? rt users want absolute control over their
What is so difficult to understand that rtkit is not intended to be a
solution for hardcore rt users?
rtkit is not for you!
Let me repeat this:
RTKIT IS NOT FOR YOU!
rtkit is a just missing piece of the puzzle that allows distros to
enable RT by default for their desktop users.
And rtkit doesn't break RLIMIT_PRIO, it isn't even activated when that
Let me repeat this, too:
RTKIT DOESN'T BREAK RLIMIT_RTPRIO!
It was clearly a bad idea to post about rtkit on lad. It is a big
waste of time fighting this through against all those desktop-haters,
fdo-haters, dbus-haters, who apparently believe I am out to take away
their freedom to run their systems the way want. I really don't need
this shit. The amount of constructive criticism in this thread is next
to zero, nobody even bothers to read the README before just fudding
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