[PlanetCCRMA] The JACK Story

Tracey Hytry shakti at bayarea.net
Sat Nov 21 20:45:19 PST 2009

> I am confident that we can handle it. Java, as a much bigger suite
> with many libraries, does it. We will have to reside the actual
> binaries+libraries in certain directories and alternatives will do its
> magic with the symlinks.
> I understand. But in case we update Fedora's jack to 2, you can add a
> priorities file to kernel-rt's RPM that will go into
> /etc/security/limits.d/
> (By the way, the current convention is to use that folder rather than
> editing limits.conf.)
> Orcan

Partially because I have the time to check here and maybe post, I'll add my feelings about this:

I think what Orcan is proposing would be really good.  Fedora is incorporating a lot of tools that we should be using to solve problems if needed.

The other side of this is that Fernando is doing a great job of keeping the planet together along with all of the work he does at CCRMA.  I really don't know if the added complexity is worth it in time and energy?

I'm very glad you're bringing this up tough, because the sharing of ideas here really helps(and may help in the future).


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