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Old 12-04-2009, 08:06 PM
Brian King
 
Default Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 32, Issue 3

> i use debian with custom built kernel and it works sweet...ubuntu just

> hasn't got the right mix for maximum desktop performance and rt yet :-(

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Would you be willing too put your /boot/config-<kernel rev> file up

for everybody to learn from your customizations?

I'd like to help for sure...but I basically haven't had any success custom building rt kernel in ubuntu :-(
I figure ubuntu's design has made it difficult to custom build kernels...they do recommend NOT building your own kernel.


Like I say I installed Debian 5.0 and built vanilla kernel with rt patches from kernel.org and it works out of the box :-)
Try to do the same thing in ubuntu and you get problems. So it just goes to show how removed from it's parent it is....


I want to use ubuntu cos of it's state of the art desktop experience but I think their focus on desktop functionality is causing low level issues with RT.
It's good to see that the standard 2.6.31 kernel is pretty good at non rt performance with jack in ubuntu ...so hopefully RT will be standard in kernel in the near future ;-)

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