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Maurizio De Cecco wrote:
I can't think of any. On the contrary with NO_HZ an X60s can get down to
under 10W. I'm using tickless realtime kernels ever since the NO_HZ
option was available. At 2.6.19 I measured MIDI latency/jitter around
1kHz/1ms using NO_HZ on i686.
Audio I/O works just fine on tickless 2.6.24-rt - there are no X-Runs
with JACK under normal operation even down to 256fpp on USB.
> And in case, where i find the ubuntu studio kernel source ?
I have no idea ;) you can try `apt-cache search kernel | grep 2.6.24`
and `apt-get install linux-source-2.6.24...`
Instead of compiling your own, you can also try to use the kernel from
64studio (it's also debian based) which IIRC is tickless:
install with `sudo dpkg -i linux-image...deb` - You can find more
information on compiling and post-compilation setup notes here:
Maybe you also find the config and patches from pure-dyne useful. They
use ubuntustudio-kernel patches and provide diffs that works with a
vanilla kernel from kernel.org - see
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