On Wed, Oct 31, 2007 at 07:17:56PM +0100, Aniruddha wrote:
I have installed the kernel-rt-18.104.22.168-31. I also
have installed the
kernel-source-22.214.171.124-31 which I assume belongs to the kernel-rt. Is
Unless you really have some specific application that needs hard realtime
reactions you're probably better off with a standard kernel
However no matter what I try I can't get the
Nvidia module (from the
openSUSE Nvidia repository) working. I tried re-installing the nvidia
drivers to no avail. Modprobe Nvidia still fails:
# modprobe nvidia
FATAL: Module nvidia not found.
What else can I try to get 3d acceleration working with the kernel-rt?
It's pretty unlikely that the driver will work with a RT preempt
kernel anyways (or if it does still not cause latencies)
It is very complicated and RT preempt changes some assumptions.
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