Re: [LAU] Need direction for Stable LTS version of Real Time Linux Kernel for Audio

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To: Diego Simak <diego.simak@...>
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Date: Friday, October 7, 2011 - 7:31 am

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I also tried the RT kernel with 10.4 LTS and I couldn't see any significant
improvement in latency.

I have used Ubuntu LTS version for several years but then I had reason to
abandon this strategy and I upgraded to 11.04 in order to get an applicatio=
n
to work. What I shall do in future is keep with the latest release but wai=
t
for a couple of months before I do the upgrade - as a compromise. I have
found that on the couple of occasions when I have done the upgrade in place
over the Internet it has worked very well.

Tony

On 7 October 2011 02:04, Diego Simak wrote:

> Hi Deba,

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I also tried the RT kernel with 10.4 LTS and I couldn't see any signifi=
cant improvement in latency.I have used Ubuntu LTS version for seve=
ral years but then I had reason to abandon this strategy and I upgraded to =
11.04 in order to get an application to work.=A0 What I shall do in future =
is keep with the latest release but wait for a couple of months before I do=
the upgrade - as a compromise.=A0 I have found that on the couple of occas=
ions when I have done the upgrade in place over the Internet it has worked =
very well.
TonyOn 7 October 2011 02:04, Diego S=
imak <diego.s=
imak@gmail.com
> wrote:
Hi Deba,
My current experience with Ubuntu 10.04 and kernel 2.6.39 **** with
threadirqs ***** enabled and also setting the prioritites for =A0IRQ
handlers is very pleasant.
I've tested also the RT kernel that comes in the repos (rt11 I think)
and the results from the audio point of view are nearly the same.
I know that the RT Patches are available for kernel 3.0.4 (rt16) but I
have not tested that configuration yet.

Hope that helps you.

2011/10/6 Deba Pratim Saha <dpsaha@vt.e=
du
>:

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rt kernel will not
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