On 02/25/2011 05:33 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> the point is that both OS X and contemporary linux have mechanisms
Maybe that's because such security mechanism are too young in Linux?
Or maybe that any system-wide RT privileges are considered too dangerous?
In these circumstances, maybe that a JACK specific solution could make sense. It
would only need jackd to run as a privileged user (I don't mean root). Maybe
that this would make its way into major distributions more easily than
system-wide RT privileges.
Although I think that granting system-wide RT privileges with a limited runtime
sounds like the best solution. But maybe that this mechanism isn't considered
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