[PlanetCCRMA] Re: Help compiling 2.6 kernel for preemtpion and lowlatency

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed May 12 16:46:01 2004

> > Probably. If you want to be on the bleeding edge (ie: the latest latest
> > release) then you are going to have to work a lot (or maybe not, depends
> > on your luck :-)
> No problem, I'l keep at it, now I have to get a newer kernel
> source and try it, I'll tell how it goes...
> > On some tests I did here I got LSM to compile and run and it works fine (but I built it with the kernel itself, not as a separate package). It
> > also depends on which kernel you are trying to build it into, I know
> > 2.6.6 needs a newer, yet unreleased, version of LSM as some of the
> > internals have changed. 
> How did you compile the realtime-lsm with the kernel itself?

There is a version of the 0.0.6 module that is a patch for 2.6.4 itself.
That's what I used, I selected it to compile as a module. As I have to
build a new kernel anyway (because of preempt and soundcore), I may as
well include the module in there...

I'm building a 2.6.6 with the newest version of lsm (0.1.1), we'll see
how it goes...

-- Fernando