Oliver Grawert wrote:
That can be. In my previous post I provide the evidence that it is
On Fr, 2008-01-18 at 23:22 +0100, Josef Wolf wrote:
i am surprised that wolf claims he likes ubuntu for its written words
but didnt discover the governance structure (community council,
technical board, loco teams etc) of the distro yet :)
Please don't get confused. There are _two_ wolf's involved in this
thread. There is "Wolf Canis", and there is "Josef Wolf" (that is me)
well, i meant wolf canis indeed, referring to:
"I haven't any problems, I use Gentoo. But I would like use Ubuntu,
because I like the philosophy, the written form, but that's an other
... while he claims that canonical decided to disable (or make it hard
for ) users to compile a kernel intentionally (which is not true since
canonical cant make such decisions).
to make it not easy to recompile the kernel provided by Ubuntu.
And this kernel works fine, is compiled for the i586 processor family.
For me, the reason is to activate low-latency-desktop. This is needed
to get a smooth video playback with vdr-sxfe. You just can't change
scheduler strategy by only compiling additional modules.
thats why there is a -lowlatency kernel package in universe that
fulfills exactly this purpose and works with the shipped -modules
I am not really sure. Is -lowlatency really identical to
well, its the kernel ubuntustudio uses to improve their media handling
so i'd suspect it is ... (hmm, after taking a deeper look i noticed that
the package was renamed -rt in gutsy, not -lowlatency anymore).
On my wife'sÂ laptop (Dell Inspiron 6400Â Intel Dual Core)
is this kernel installed. Try in synaptics the meta package linux-rt,
it should pop up a
box in where all related packages are listed.
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