[PlanetCCRMA] Re: Fedora 1 or 2

Andrew Burgess aab@cichlid.com
Mon Sep 27 12:45:01 2004

>> The solutions for low latency in 2.6 are in the early
>> stages of development. I think the average 2.6 user on
>> these lists is someone that's interested in testing
>> and reporting performance. The 2.4 kernel has been
>> running stable for a pretty fair amount of time. Maybe
>> a couple years or even longer.
>> ron

>Some of us are stuck. I have a new laptop with a new chipset. I get no
>DMA support with a kernel older than 2.6.3, and I get no realtime
>support with a kernel newer than 2.4.X.

>what's a guy to do?

I using FC1 with 2.6. There are a few gotchas, modules.conf
being renamed to modprobe.conf, for one.

There was a howto on fedora.redhat.com but I can't find it now.
It was referenced in the (weekly?) fedora newsletter which I don't even
see mentioned on the webpage :-(