[linux-audio-user] Kernels, and disk I/O
anahata at treewind.co.uk
Mon Dec 22 05:35:23 EST 2003
On Mon, Dec 22, 2003 at 10:48:27AM +0100, Maarten de Boer wrote:
> > The kernel has no low-latency patches applied.
> That will make a difference.
> > 2. Upgrade to 2.4.22
> Well, why not?
The only reason not to do that is if it doesn't fix the problem...
> > 3. Upgrade to 2.6.0
> That's a though question..
Eaxctly - may create more problems than it solves.
> since you are using Debian, you might want to build a
> debian kernel package. It's a bit tricky if it's the first time you do
> it, but applying patches is done nicely for you. If you want to walk
> this road, let me know
I would appreciate some hints on this, by private mail I guess as it's a
bit OT for the list. I have recompiled my kernel so I'm familiar with
that process, but not with making it into a Debian kernel package.
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