[ardour-users] does anyone know of issues with SMP and rt patches?
chris.m.simpson at gmail.com
Wed Jul 19 17:17:39 PDT 2006
thanks, at least thats a point in the right direction :)
On Wed, 2006-07-19 at 14:44 -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-07-19 at 23:26 +1000, Chris Simpson wrote:
> > what IS pam, and how does one configure it with jack?
> PAM = Pluggable Authentication Modules
> its a system designed to allow various different ways of authenticating
> (and authorizing) various roles/users/permissions/capabilities. it has a
> config file that defines various things.
> i can't tell you how to use it to set up access for regular (non-root)
> users so that they can use RT scheduling and mlock, but the LAU mailing
> list and google will. i do know that you need a very very up-to-date
> version of PAM for this to work, plus a very very up-to-date version of
> bash (or whatever other shell you may use).
> > are there known issues with SMP and rt kernel patches? is there a way to
> > get them coexisting?
> there are known issues, yes. especially if you have any proprietary
> drivers in your kernel, but even without. i don't know if a solution has
> yet been found. again, LAU or LAD mailing lists would be a better place
> to ask.
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