[ardour-users] Re: Xrun - Aaarrrgghhh!!

Alexander Franca alexander at edem.g12.br
Tue Sep 14 16:41:06 PDT 2004

Hi all!

Very thanks for help.

I realy don't have time to spend in kernel 2.6.

So... for today I use 2.4.20.

But, I just can use Ardour in my notebook.

The other computer (Atlhon 2.2, 256MB RAM, HD 7200rpm) have all problems 
solved (obvious problems):

HD have 55MB/sec of transfer rate.

Kernel is 2.4.20

Patch Low-Latency and /proc/sys/kernel/lowlatency enabled.

BUT, I'm continue with xruns.

I stoped in this "thing".

It's ok for now (but if someone can give me some tip about this problem 
at this time... :) )

This e-mail is more to thanks all developers of Ardour.

I'm realy very happy because the record/edition today work fine. I'm very 
happy to see in my school one record/edition using Ardour, and it's 
possbible because some people do a hard job in development of Ardour.

When I see my name in 'translators' i'm very proud to see my name in this 
wonderful work (Ardour).

Don't worry, my english is much better in translation :)  :) One big part 
of job was done with Chris Ross.

So... that's it!

Very thanks for big help!
Alexander Franca
Brazil - Rio de Janeiro

>> This any help?
>> http://jackit.sourceforge.net/docs/faq.php#a53
>> Brief summary as I understand it:
>> 1) Install the realtime-lsm module:
>>    http://sourceforge.net/projects/realtime-lsm/
>> 2) modprobe realtime allcaps=1
> I think this isn't quite right - it should be
> modprobe realtime allcaps=1 mlock=1 gid=xxx
> where xxx is the group id of a group you are a member of (e.g. 'audio')
> Otherwise you won't be able to use the realtime module as a normal user.
> Also, you have to compile the kernel with the extended security model
> enabled.
> (Or is it that the module will work for all users unless you've enabled
> the extended security, and /then/ you have to add the gid= option?)
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