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Linux Mint real time kernal


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Posted 30 August 2009 - 05:44 AM

Morning, is anyone using this? I wish to upgrade my openSUSE to a real time kernal, it's far better sonics for music so I am told, anyone know a link??
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Posted 09 October 2009 - 06:04 AM

Morning, is anyone using this? I wish to upgrade my openSUSE to a real time kernal, it's far better sonics for music so I am told, anyone know a link??

Well, I guess not, anyway two months later I have finished building a new Vista machine, got sp2, updated driver for graphics to stop igfx hiccup. The world is back to normal, but I still want to learn RPM commands for openSUSE. Now does anyone know of a real time kernal for openSUSE?
Windows Vista Ultimate 64 bit/Intel e5300 cpu/ASRock G41M-LE mainboard/G max4500 onboard graphics/4gigs OCZ 800Mhz ram/ VIA onboard HD Vinyl audio/Yamaha RX-V465 HT receiver/ Cambridge SoundWorks and Infinity RS1001 speakers




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