Subject: Re: [ecasound] delays using real-time w/redhat 7
From: Junichi Uekawa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 19:27:47 EET
In Wed, 17 Jan 2001 08:22:03 -0800 (PST) Greg Hamerly <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit :
> > ecasound -r -b:16 -a:1 -i:/dev/dsp -o:/dev/dsp
> My setup is: redhat 7, pIII 500, 256 MB, soundblaster live value, stock
> redhat sound driver (module emu10k1). Ecasound was installed from the
> latest ecasound & ecasound-plugins RPMS (1.8.2r14-1).
Hi, I'm using the plain kernel from www.kernel.org with
Debian GNU/Linux(sid) with pIII 500, 192MBRAM, and SBAWE and XWAVE master
with ALSA driver.
I have never been able to run decently stably with anything more
ecasound -r -b:1024 -a:1 ....
And it is, just marginally bearable.
# Is anyone really able to work with that low amount of buffersize ?
# If a LL kernel allows me to do that, I would look into it for sure ;)
# in fact, I've been looking at the patch in the last hour...
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