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realtimeconfigquickscan

Linux configuration checker for systems to be used for real-time audio

This linux-only script inspects a linux installation, and makes suggestions for improving realtime/audio performance.

If you want to share the output of the script online, it is probably most convenient to use the Console version. If not, the GUI version might look a bit more friendly. Console

git clone git://github.com/raboof/realtimeconfigquickscan.git
cd realtimeconfigquickscan
perl ./realTimeConfigQuickScan.pl

GUI

An experimental GUI is now available. To try it:

git clone git://github.com/raboof/realtimeconfigquickscan.git
cd realtimeconfigquickscan
perl ./QuickScan.pl

.. and hit 'Start'

You'll need to have Mercurial and perl/tk installed.

Adding the sound card IRQ

open the file /proc/interrupts. Find your sound card. The first column represents the IRQ. Set this numer to the variable SOUND_CARD_IRQ in the same terminal session like this:

export SOUND_CARD_IRQ={IRQ #}

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