[linux-audio-user] Re: favorite window Manager for making music?
errandir_news at mph.eclipse.co.uk
Mon Feb 20 06:45:17 EST 2006
I see 'properly written' and 'should'...
well in real life problems do happen. I you run into problems, run
the latencytest from ALSA to figure out where the problem is on your
On my recording system the kernel DRM driver was causing terrible latency,
but an ugly kernel patch put an end to that.
I guess if I was a graphics programmer I would think GUI stuff has the
The short story: if you want to solve the problem you have to dig for the
On Sun, Feb 19, 2006 at 06:00:36PM -0500, Lee Revell wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-02-19 at 22:52 +0000, cdr wrote:
> > > On a correctly set up system with
> > > properly written RT apps the desktop won't be able to interfere with
> > the
> > > RT stuff anyway.
> > yep, i can cause dropouts just as easy with fluxbox as kwin, so i use
> > kwin, since easy right-click options to disable borders or enable
> > default geometry is preferable to editing random dubiously formatted
> > textfiles strewn across /etc/ and ~/.de/blah
> It would be best to get the app fixed. Unless you are completely
> pegging your CPU, or under extreme memory pressure, GUI stuff should
> never cause xruns.
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