[PlanetCCRMA] Does the real-time kernel still exist for recent versions of Fedora?

Nils Tonnätt nils.tonnaett at posteo.de
Thu Sep 22 11:04:18 PDT 2022


The standard kernel is compiled with dynamic preemption now. You can 
add 'preempt=full' to the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX variable in 
Afterwards install the new grub configuration:
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg

IIRC full preemption should become the default at some point. Maybe 
this already happened with Fedora 36.

-- Nils

Am Do, 22. Sep 2022 um 17:57:07 +0200 schrieb T-vK <t-vk.dev at gmx.net>:
> Hello, I'm currently on Fedora 35 x64 and I just tried to install the
> real-time kernel without any success.
> I am able to add the repo:
> sudo rpm -Uvh
> <http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/fedora/linux/planetccrma/35/x86_64/planetccrma-repo-1.1-3.fc35.ccrma.noarch.rpm>
> Now some instructions say to install kernel-rt and others say to 
> install
> planetccrma-core, but none of these packages can be found:
> sudo dnf install kernel-rt
> sudo dnf install planetccrma-core
> Does the real-time kernel simply not exist anymore for recent versions
> of Fedora or am I doing it wrong?
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