Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: x86_64 and ingo's realtime patches, works?

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Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 - 1:05 am

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On 1/17/06, Loki Davison wrote:

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I have had 2.6.15-rt5 working well for a few days on my FC3 x86_64 laptop
with an RME card. rt1-3 weren't worth it.

The new udev (anything greater than .79) is required, however, and thus far
I've been unable to coax it to work entirely properly (permission creating
syntax is different, for example, and FC3's start_udev script fails to star=
t
udev properly... at the moment I'm firing off udev and chmodding -R a+rw
/dev/*, which is ugly....

.config file attached

--
Mike Taht
PostCards From the Bleeding Edge
http://the-edge.blogspot.com

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On 1/17/06, Loki Davison <loki=
.davison@gmail.com
> wrote:
On 1/18/06, Jan Depner <evilt=
win69@cableone.net
> wrote:> On Tue, 2006-01-17 at 23:25 +0000=
, cdr wrote:

what> > > settings? I've got 2.6.15 with  patch-2.6=
.15-rt2 to compile fine and
I have had 2.6.15-rt5 working well for a few days on my FC3 x86_64 laptop w=
ith an RME card. rt1-3 weren't worth it.

The new udev (anything greater than .79) is required, however, and thus far=
I've been unable to
coax it to work entirely properly (permission creating syntax is
different, for example, and FC3's start_udev script fails to start udev
properly... at the moment I'm firing off udev and chmodding -R a+rw
/dev/*, which is ugly....

.config file attached
-- Mike TahtPostCards From the Bleeding Edgehttp://the-edge.blogspot.com

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