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Being new at this forum I'd first like to say "hello" to all! (Before I continue with my problems :-))
- So now the problem:
I'm installing RTAI 3.8 in ubuntu 10.04, after some tricks and magic it finally worked... Except for the latency test, this gave some really bad results.
So I have to change options again in the menuconfig, untill it is finally exceptable.
I first started with the UBUNTU 10.04, then I downloaded a clean kernel witch I patched and configured. Then I had to make a new grub entry so I could boot the RTAI kernel.
Is there any way that I recompile/adjust kernel configuration's for the RTAI version that I'm already running? Thus without having to make a knew entry in grub. And if there is, were do I reconfigure the kernel back into the std UBUNTU 10.04 kernel or in the RTAI version?
I searched the Internet for this matter, but they always end up with a new entry in grub and that is the thing I want to avoid, I want to fine tune my version...
I really hope I've made myself understandable, but I really have no clue what to do so it's hard to express yourself :-).
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