On 02/05/2013 12:33 PM, Thomas Volkmann wrote:
so that means all the Jam packages are available in the standard repo
(not a separate repo like planet ccrma)?
What would I use the pulseaudio for? I guess I don't need it when I'm
going to use jack with ffado, do I?
Ah, and where would I get the realtime kernel Jam is shipping with?
Fedora Jam does not ship with a realtime patched kernel, although the
vanilla Fedora kernel is fine these days for most users. You can even
add the "threadirqs" kernel boot parameter to get threaded interrupt
request handlers (and install rtirq to tune your irq priorities). But if
you need it, you can get an rt patched kernel @ Planet CCRMA.
[just in case: the rt patches for the kernel have nothing to do with
running applications with rt priority which any kernel can do, and is
vital for Jack & friends]
On 02/04/2013 10:18 PM, Brendan Jones wrote:
> On 02/04/2013 09:42 PM, Thomas Volkmann wrote:
>> when I want to use Jam, but don't want to make a fresh install, I can
>> simply add the Jam repositories to yum, right?
>> If so, which are the repositories I have to add, and do I have to
>> disable others in turn?
>> Any other configurations I may need?
> We don't have a comps group or alternative repo but nearly everything
> update in Fedora 18 should be in Fedora 17.
> Here's the list of jam packages:
> I would also recommend Rex's pulseaudio repo if you need it.