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psycho 08-20-2008 07:59 AM

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I had some problems lke this too
i've solved this with install of envyng drivers for my video card (nvidia 6100)
i hope this can help ;-)


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sh0099 08-20-2008 02:05 PM

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i have a ati radeon 9000 mobil.
i tried envyng but it says my operating system is incompatible with the
driver.
more ideas?
thanks
olaf



psycho schrieb:
> I had some problems lke this too
> i've solved this with install of envyng drivers for my video card
> (nvidia 6100)
> i hope this can help ;-)
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psycho 08-20-2008 03:07 PM

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no sorry,
im on linux since 10 years and i just buy nvidia graphic chipset for all my computers
drivers are really better than ati...
so maybe check the forums and the catalyst info page ...



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sh0099 08-21-2008 06:55 PM

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psycho schrieb:
> no sorry,
> im on linux since 10 years and i just buy nvidia graphic chipset for
> all my computers
> drivers are really better than ati...
> so maybe check the forums and the catalyst info page ...
>
do you think the graphic chipset-driver could be the only source of this
blocking problem?

???
olaf

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Gustin Johnson 08-24-2008 12:11 PM

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sh0099 wrote:
> do you think the graphic chipset-driver could be the only source of this
> blocking problem?
>
Perhaps not the only thing, but proprietary drivers are a likely
suspect, mostly because they have caused so many headaches in the past.
Even Nvidia has at times not played nice, especially with RT kernels.

I would also comment out the rtprio and the nice lines in your
limits.conf.

If that works, re-enable things one at a time.
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sh0099 08-25-2008 02:45 PM

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i have these limits.conf values because this was the way to get rt
priority for jack are there less "extreme" values or different ways to
get jack in rt mode?
thanks
olaf

@audio - rtprio 99
@audio - memlock 750000
@audio - nice -10

i will reply later the results of the tests.



Gustin Johnson schrieb:
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> sh0099 wrote:
>
>> do you think the graphic chipset-driver could be the only source of this
>> blocking problem?
>>
>>
> Perhaps not the only thing, but proprietary drivers are a likely
> suspect, mostly because they have caused so many headaches in the past.
> Even Nvidia has at times not played nice, especially with RT kernels.
>
> I would also comment out the rtprio and the nice lines in your
> limits.conf.


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Gustin Johnson 08-26-2008 12:13 AM

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sh0099 wrote:
> i have these limits.conf values because this was the way to get rt
> priority for jack are there less "extreme" values or different ways to
> get jack in rt mode?
> thanks
> olaf
>
> @audio - rtprio 99
> @audio - memlock 750000
> @audio - nice -10
>
> i will reply later the results of the tests.
>
Basically I would make one change at a time. Disable your entries in
limits.conf, use the nv instead of nvidia xorg driver. The last thing
you want to enable is the nvidia driver (ie. get a stable RT recording
rig before worrying about pretty visual effects). Maybe there are other
problems with your hardware that are the source of your troubles? This
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sh0099 08-26-2008 10:38 AM

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Gustin Johnson schrieb:
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> sh0099 wrote:
>
>> i have these limits.conf values because this was the way to get rt
>> priority for jack are there less "extreme" values or different ways to
>> get jack in rt mode?
>> thanks
>> olaf
>>
>> @audio - rtprio 99
>> @audio - memlock 750000
>> @audio - nice -10
>>
>> i will reply later the results of the tests.
>>
>>
> Basically I would make one change at a time. Disable your entries in
> limits.conf, use the nv instead of nvidia xorg driver. The last thing
> you want to enable is the nvidia driver (ie. get a stable RT recording
> rig before worrying about pretty visual effects). Maybe there are other
> problems with your hardware that are the source of your troubles? This
i use the opensouce ati driver for my ati radeon 9000 mobil ... i don't
care about visual stuff ... displayconfig-gtk (and xorg X) doesn't whant
me to use closedsource drivers.



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