[PlanetCCRMA] FC4 install with CCRMA

Tom Poe tompoe@studioforrecording.org
Wed Feb 15 18:09:01 2006

Peter Baumgartner wrote:

> Tom Poe schrieb:
>> Thank you, sir, for a fine CCRMA FC4 audiovideo packages bundle.  The 
>> install went pretty smoothly, I must say.  I did run into one item, 
>> lam on FC4 that has a file that conflicts with sweep when 
>> installing.  I deleted the lam package, and the install completed 
>> without a hitch.  I apologize for not writing down the version 
>> numbers, or copying and pasting the message for you to review.  The 
>> matter of the low-latency kernel remains.  I am currently running 
>> 2.6.14-1.1656_FC4 and when I run:
>> $ rpm -q kernel
>> kernel-2.6.11-1.1369_FC4
>> kernel-2.6.12-0.21.rdt.rhfc4.ccrma
>> kernel-2.6.14-1.1656_FC4
>> The newest kernel comes up, without the others being displayed.  Do 
>> you think I should pursue this further?  Or, since the computer is to 
>> be used as a starting point for a community recording studio, can we 
>> just use the latest kernel, and see if we have quality issues down 
>> the road?
>> Thanks, Tom
>> -- 
> Uh, have you by chance tried to hit the up/down cursor buttons? That 
> will pop up the choice normally, otherwise grub will fire up the 
> kernel marked "default".
> Peter
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Peter:  When I boot the machine, only one kernel is displayed.  When I 
was running FC1, there were two kernels displayed, and I could use the 
arrow key to choose.