On Fri, 2013-03-15 at 20:17 +0000, Folderol wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Mar 2013 17:23:23 +0000
> Daniel James <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi Ralf,
> > > Installing squeeze is nonsense
> > In it's favour, squeeze can use the OpenDAW kernel package and it's very
> > stable here.
> > > it has less to do with a current Linux, so it might be hard to compile
> > > software, if needed.
> > We haven't found that to be a problem here. We are running into a few
> > age-related problems with Ubuntu Lucid LTS, which is still supported by
> > Canonical on servers until 2015.
> > Cheers!
> > Daniel
> Wheezy has a problem with kernel choice. If you were early enough it came with
> 3.1 which seems to be fine here, but later versions only came with 3.2 and that
> performs really badly on my machine - I have no idea why. If you get a current
> net install disk you can't go back to 3.1 it seems
Perhaps there is a newer kernel provided by a backports repo, that is ok
on your machine, or there might be a kernel provided by multimedia. If
not, building a kernel for Debian is easy to do. I guess you know how to
do it, if not, I can tell you what to do. AFAIK multimedia does support
a kernel-rt, I won't google now, Robin or Daniel should know.
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