[PlanetCCRMA] What about the real time kernel

Yann Collette ycollette.nospam at free.fr
Thu Nov 11 04:08:40 PST 2021


I still compile the RT kernel for Fedora 33, 34 and 35.

$ dnf search kernel-rt
Dernière vérification de l’expiration des métadonnées effectuée il y a 2 
days, 15:16:38 le lun. 08 nov. 2021 21:49:52.
==================================================================== Nom 
correspond à : kernel-rt 
kernel-rt-mao.x86_64 : The Linux Real Time Kernel
kernel-rt-mao.src : The Linux Real Time Kernel
kernel-rt-mao-devel.x86_64 : Development package for building real time 
kernel modules to match the 5.14.2.rt21 kernel
kernel-rt-mao-headers.x86_64 : Header files for the Linux real time 
kernel for use by glibc

The last one I uploaded is 5.14.2-rt21.

The 5.15 is still based on a .0 kernel, so I am waiting for a new 
release before compiling this version.

Best regards,


Le 11/11/2021 à 13:02, Yoann LE BARS a écrit :
> Hello, everybody out there!
>     Well, I have not used Fedora for several months, but I will 
> probably install it back. So I have been looking to Planet CCRMA 
> repository, as well to ycollet/linuxmao COPR: there is no more 
> real-time kernel. As the RT patch is well on its way to be mainlined, 
> does it mean that the standard kernel is now considered fulfilling the 
> requirement for music production?
>     Best regards.
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