[PlanetCCRMA] musicprogs on 'normal' FC5?

Bob Wilkinson wilkinson.bob@comcast.net
Thu Aug 10 12:20:01 2006

1)  The CCRMA kernel is really necessary for the realtime music throughput.  Those patches are necessary to keep your latency down (and minimizing any sort of hiccups in your sound).

2)  Just installed the nVidia driver last week with the FC4 CCRMA kernel, using twinview.  The only problem that I had was that apt pulled the Fedora kernel-devel package instead of the CCRMA package, and they were different versions.  I had to manually remove the kernel-devel package, download the proper RPM from CCRMA website, and install using RPM.  Then I ran the nVidia shell script - it built the driver beautifully - and updated to enable twinview from the command line.

Life is good!

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: na bob <nabob_cd@yahoo.com>
> Hello,
> i have 2 questions.
> 1. recently i installed FC5 and like to implenent some
> (not all) musicprograms from CCRMA without installing
> the kernel. Do you think i can expect problems?
> 2. the reason i have to stick with the original FC5 is
> that i want nvidiadrivers installed and use the
> twinview option for working with 2 monitors. Does
> anybody succesfully use a configuration like this with
> the CCRMAkernel?
> Menno
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