[Fedora-music-list] CCRMA rt-kernel and the mouse
nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Mar 5 04:26:35 UTC 2009
On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 22:19 +0000, Gareth Foster wrote:
> When I use the CCRMA kernel, the mouse pointer seems to move at half the
> speed and I can't use two finger tap for right click as I can on the
> normal kernel (I had to edit a HAL file for this ).
Which rt kernel are you booting and which version of Fedora?
I've seen I think one report of something similar but it has not
happened to me on the machines I have tested. Not much I can do really.
> Does anyone know why this might be? Does the CCRMA driver cause a
> different mouse driver to be used or something?
Probably not. The configuration files for building the rt kernels are
derived from the ones for the Fedora kernels so driver choice should be
(I imagine) similar.
Smells like a bug in the rt patch...
> On Wed, 2009-01-21 at 22:47 -0500, Hector Centeno wrote:
> > On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:12 PM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
> > <nando at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> > >
> > > Actually, I'd be surprised if there were _any_ audio users left using
> > > Fedora and Planet CCRMA that need to use firewire audio interfaces. They
> > > probably left a long time ago. Because you see, it did not work and it
> > > does not work, and that _is_ important. For those users, the performance
> > > and advantages of the new stack are NIL.
> > >
> > Unfortunately (for me at least) you can count me as one of them. I
> > miss enjoying the fruits of Fernado's work a lot since he provides
> > exactly the tools I'm interested in using, but Fedora became useless
> > and remains to be like that to me because: 1) I have a firewire
> > device, and 2) The latest RT kernel locks up a lot. For now I'll stick
> > to OpenSuse 11.0 which seems to be performing quite well although the
> > package maintenance is a little bit messy and I have to build my own
> > pd-extended (sigh!).
> > Hope things get better.
> > Hector
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