My MUA is broken :(.
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From: Ralf Mardorf
Subject: Re: [LAU] RTC/HPET timer permissions
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2012 13:53:34 +0100
On Tue, 2012-11-27 at 12:54 +0100, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
Yes, that's my experience. Perhaps it's tickless vs not tickless
regarding to IRQ handling of the hardware MIDI or simply the very high
resolution. A coder might give us some insight.
For MIDI internal Linux I guess there are no layers, excepted of bridges
between ALSA and JACK that might cause issues. perhaps I'm mistaken, but
I never noticed an issue for a stable DAW.
> > Usually system timer (default) is the best way to go,
> linuxmusicians.com Wiki
Take care to keep backwards compatibility, some people e.g. still use 64
Other stuff at the moment is in a transition state. You never know what
services to start and stop by /etc/init.d/foo and what by the command
Better wait with editing until we all are forced to use GNOME3 or Unity
with hard dependencies to upstart or systemd, sorry I couldn't resist,
since current Xfce at the moment is a PITA and the upstream situation
makes me taking a look at FreeBSD now, of cause not for audio and MIDI,
but I will test this too.
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