Re: [linux-audio-user] Is a stock 2.6.12 enough?

From: <timg@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Jun 18 2005 - 17:33:00 EEST

  The day a vanilla kernel is "enough" will be the day that linux audio is
a vital piece of the "real market" I have been waiting for that time to
come for years....
  I have always used audioslack.. that helps with the "patching" fiasco...
but dumping apps on a boxed distro will rule.....
  In general I still find myself gravitating tward nuendo.. I need to stop
that soon ;)

BTW I'm getting married today ;)

> Hi,
> I wonder if a vanilla 2.6.12 is enough for realtime use.
> If so, which options need to be set in the kernel config and
> which system configuration work needs to be done?
> I just built one but I get a lot of xruns. Or is it still
> recommended to patch the kernel?
> Any hints are much appreciated, even RTFM with a pointer to
> TFM :) .
> Best regards
> ce

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