[PlanetCCRMA] added: ALPHA version of Planet Core components for FC2

Ryan ruinaudio@comcast.net
Sat Jun 19 14:50:02 2004


Well, I've given the stuff a try and I can say for sure your kernel
outperforms 2.6.6 vanilla or arjanv's 2.6.6.  So thanks.  My testing has
been really light thus far; starting jackd -R -d alsa -d hw:0,
connecting a client or two and fiddling around.  I get more xruns than
2.4 but not an unbearable amount.  The real test will be running ardour
(dunno when I'll try that).

I meant to chime in with my report sooner but real life intervenes...

Oh one more thing, I can never seem to find/get the kernel-source
packages installed, where the heck are they for your 2.6.7 beast?


On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 20:21, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> Hi all. To the few (I hope) users of Fedora Core 2 that are happily
> experimenting with the bleeding edge: the Planet CCRMA repository now
> includes a first alpha version (you have been warned) of the Planet Core
> components (a 2.6.7 kernel and ALSA 1.0.5 just fresh out from CVS). 
> I'm not spamming the whole list with all the gory details, for them surf
> to the Planet CCRMA Changelog at:
>   http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/changelog.html
> Please read carefully through all that stuff before trying to install
> it. If you do try it, I would appreciate feedback. 
> Enjoy! (or not, we'll see... :-)
> -- Fernando
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