> On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 7:57 AM, Cory K. <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Fabien Juchniewicz wrote:
> > Yes...
> > You can try to start jackd with a higher priority, like this : nice
> > -n-15 /usr/bin/jackd (in qjackctl / Setup)
> > You can try also to desactivate network manager which causes me some
> > xruns...
> Which is the reason why it's not included by default
> have no
> clue how much crap we've got lately for this)
> Are there any non-xrun-causing alternatives to network manager? I find
> it incredibly useful, and would hate to not have access to it or
> something like it.
The normal GNOME network tools are there and have worked for years on
every laptop I've owned. Just a little more manual if you hop to
different networks. Mine doesn't leave the house.
> How bad is the problem it causes?
Depends on the setup I guess. But it's generally enough to put it in
with the reasons *not* to include it by default.
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