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As I have heard, Linux versions after 2.6.26 do not have a -rt patch to download for them. So where do I get a 2.6.28 realtime patch? I have heard ...
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    Linux 2.6.28 Realtime Patch


    As I have heard, Linux versions after 2.6.26 do not have a -rt patch to download for them.
    So where do I get a 2.6.28 realtime patch? I have heard you can update your kernel to realtime with git, but I'm unsure how to do this. Can anybody help?

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    for making your kernel preemptive you could use Real Time Application Interface (RTAI) select the appropriate version of RTHAL file for your architecture.....you could then use various RTAI modules to write real time codes

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    use Real Time Application Interface RTAI www.rtai.org to make the kernel premptive

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    Will this help Jack gain low latencies? I'm looking for a kernel patch, possibly.... I'm going to have to work out how this works.

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