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The "ooolilypond" package has (understandably) gone missing in Fedora 15. I
don't see an equivalent for LibreOffice. Is it just gone, or is the
functionality available elsewhere?
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I tried this kernel in the ccrma repos and it did not boot up properly. It also messed up my system somehow. I'm back on a fresh F15 now :). Any news on the stability of this kernel? Does it boot properly for you?
this is just a heads up regarding recent Guitarix / gx_head development.
I while ago development of guitarix split into two sub branches guitarix
and gx_head. Not long after new package gx_head hit the f14 and f15
repos the upstream developers announced that development would be merged
back into a single guitarix project.
I've released a new guitarix-0.16.0-3 build to F15 updates-testing that
obsoletes gx_head-0.14.0-3 package and corrects building of the gx_head
f14 versions of guitarix and gx_head remain unchanged and will do unless
there is enough interest / good reason to update f14 also.
Guitarix project home - http://guitarix.sourceforge.net/
Please file bugs if there are any issues with the new packages.
2011/6/16 Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando(a)ccrma.stanford.edu>:
> Hi all,
> I have released a first test version of a 22.214.171.124 + rt31 rt patched
> kernel for Fedora 15. Handle with care as it has been very lightly
> tested :-) This package will use upstart to boot your workstation
> instead of the newer systemd which requires features in the kernel that
> 2.6.33 does not have - it works in my test laptop. Other than that it is
> the same stuff as in < Fedora 15 releases (including rtirq)...
yes, I confirm kernel-rt is still better for audio. :-) Really great
performance. The problem with my system was it wasn't stable enough.
With last nvidia update this changed.
I was having problems with kernel-rt + nvidia until very recently.
With last nvidia 275.09.07 it started to work again. Tested on
ArchLinux with kernels 2.6.32, 2.6.33-rt and 126.96.36.199.
nvidia 275.09.07 and kernel-rt are working together now in Fedora 15
right now? would be super!
For some reason my firewire card (motu ultralite) is working in fedora
with a custom libffado-svn build (actually not very well yet), and not
in my Arch system. There is no real reason for that. Maybe a udev
update (fedora: 168, arch: 171). But I still get random disconnects
with Fedora anyway.
I'd really like to know why this.. :S..
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Subject: [PlanetCCRMA] fedora 15: rt kernel
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2011 10:09:55 -0700
From: Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando(a)ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
I have released a first test version of a 188.8.131.52 + rt31 rt patched
kernel for Fedora 15. Handle with care as it has been very lightly
tested :-) This package will use upstart to boot your workstation
instead of the newer systemd which requires features in the kernel that
2.6.33 does not have - it works in my test laptop. Other than that it is
the same stuff as in < Fedora 15 releases (including rtirq)...
PS: in the planetcore-testing repository for Fedora 15 I have also
dropped a build of 184.108.40.206 with threaded irqs enabled. Only for good
sports. Again, this is the first I release of > 2.6.33 so be warned, it
might eat your computer! This kernel definitely not as good in terms of
latency as 2.6.33 + rt31, but it may (should?) be better than the stock
Fedora kernel, and can use systemd to boot.
In reply to Orcan and Fernando and the rt kernel issues in F15, I have used the ck(Con Kolivas) patch and had good results while using JACK on Fedora 15. It is fairly straightforward to patch and configure. I won't say that it is better than the rt kernel because I never tested enough to know for sure. The only drawback is that this patch is not officially supported by the linux community. It is only a side project that he does for "fun". Anyways, it may be a temporary fix until the other problems with the rt kernel are sorted out.
here is the link http://users.on.net/~ckolivas/kernel/
Hi all, just a couple of comments about rt patched kernels and Fedora 15.
In short, it looks like 2.6.33.x is too old to work with the new systemd
startup system in Fedora 15. While I did manage to boot, shutting down
did not work (at least not cleanly) and others have not been able to
even boot "legacy" 2.6.33.x-rtxx kernels in Fedora 15. Apparently this
is the issue:
So, for now the only option seems to be to use the newest 220.127.116.11
kernel with threaded irqs active. This is _not_ a fully rt patched
kernel and my initial tests with the cyclictest utility show higher
latency hits than rt31. I'm currently building and testing packages.
Another option would be to revert (for now) from systemd to the previous
startup scripts. I don't know if that is even possible, maybe others in
the lists would be able to comment.
I was looking at the Audio Creation SIG wiki and noticed that linuxsampler
was a program that was listed on there slated for implementation. After
reviewing the website it looked like the program had a Commercial exemption
for hardware and software. Before we start spending a TON of time looking
for a new alternative I wanted to verify that we would not be able to ship
this program in a spin. I have attached the copy of the license in this
email. Thanks for all of your time and wisdom.
anyone trying to package cecilia4? It's a nice application. It's not
hard per se, there is no compilation btw, it's written in python pyqt
and pyaudio, but to use cecilia4 in fedora 15 one would need to
recompile csound, that could be annoying for a new user. the official
fedora package does not have portaudio support enabled, maybe there is
another reason for that?