> 1) The current kernel from Ingo would be 2.4.16-rt9. I think that rt5
> didn;t last very long and had some problems. Please try -rt9.
OK, will do.
> 2) Make sure you reinstall the realtime-lsm package after building
If I remember correctly this also included a PAM patch: does it still?
I will investigate.
> 4) Making best use of the kernel requires that you understand the ISR
> number for your sound card and reset it's priority higher. This helps
> a lot in reducing or eliminating xruns.
How does one control the IRQ number of the device? I thought this was
determined by the hardware.
Can you point me to a URL so that I might learn more? (I dont really
know what terms to search for)
> 7) Make sure you have the Jack FIFOS mounted on tmpfs.
> As a comment, I don't personally like Jack in /usr local. You might
> consider rebuilding Jack one of these days with:
> ./configure --prefix=/usr
I was using a modified jack.spec file from the CVS distro of jack. I
will change my version but perhaps I should suguest this change to the
jack people as well?
> Hope this all helps a bit,.
It does very much! I didnt really realize that the LSM module ran on top
of the rt patch!
Does your kernel have Default linux capabilities enabled? I cannot
remember if this is supposed to be on or off with the LSM module...
Thanks for the help Mark!