I have a UCA202, also. Make sure it's the *only* device attached to
whatever USB controller you've hooked it to. USB sucks when multiple
devices share a controller! On my setup, it wouldn't work correctly at
all until I put it on its own USB port.
On my laptop, even with the wireless antenna turned off, the wireless
driver period pops up and scans for networks. Of course, it finds none,
but while it's interacting with the wireless hardware, it causes xruns.
IIRC, some folk on the list said to blacklist the wireless module so it
doesn't even get loaded?
I've also heard that the binary NVidia drivers do not cooperate with RT
I've glad you were able to make a Pengutronix kernel work. I couldn't
make their kernel work at all. So far, the RT kernel in Aptosid seems to
be working very well on my desktop PC, so I'm planning to try it on my
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