Sorry some additional Arch Linux newbie questions
Von: email@example.com im Auftrag von Ionut Biru
Gesendet: So 12/11/2011 16:19
> AUR is your friend.
> nvidia-lts for kernel26-lts is in extra.
> nvidia-rt from aur
> nvidia-$yourcrappykerly from aur
So if I build a kernel myself, not by using pacman or PKGBUILD I need to
add some kind of dummy package?
I'll test one of those kernels from
usually I'm using my self build kernels only.
Btw. I can't agree with
"Tickless, CONFIG_NO_HZ, i.e "dynticks", or "dynamic ticks", is said to
interfere with realtime (though the extent may not be noticeable)."
it reduces audible MIDI jitter on my machine.
Dunno how PKGBUILD works (I'll find out soon), but reading
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/li/linux-rt/PKGBUILD I can e.g. use
make oldconfig, but
"# remove the sublevel from Makefile
# this ensures our kernel version is always 3.X-ARCH
# this way, minor kernel updates will not break external modules"
What if I need e.g. 3.0.12-rt30-test1 and 3.0.12-rt30-test2 with
Is there something equivalent to Debian's equivs?
E.g. to remove pulseaudio, which was installed as dependency of xfce4,
or to install a self build, selected version of jack2 and to keep
I couldn't find Jack2 64-bit (searching the Internet from a Suse
install, didn't run packman)?! Anyway, 32-bit seems to be 1.9.7 and I
need 1.9.8, because I need the -Xalsarawmidi option. Using this option
in combination with a2jmidi_bridge I don't have any audible MIDI jitter.
> grep audio /media/archlinux/etc/security/limits.conf
@audio - rtprio 65
@audio - nice -10
@audio - memlock 40000
If I edit this to different values, e.g.
http://jackaudio.org/linux_rt_config , could it be overwritten by a