so what is going on wednesday night that is more important than #emc
* skunkworks ment that to be on #emc
jepler mentioned my name earlier today
said I reverted something and busted 64bit
cradek: btw - the dual processor didn't restart x with either kernel. (running the latency test and glxgears)
but that video card (ati rage 128) runs the glxgears smooth.
Smoothest I have ever seen it :)
hmmm, we seem to have some small issues with parallel make...
using "make -j" I got:
Copying python script pumagui
Copying python script scaragui
ld: no input files
make: *** [../rtlib/abs.so] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
ld: no input files
make: *** [../rtlib/and2.so] Error 1
Copying python script debuglevel
following it up with a plain "make" successfully finished the build
total real time 35 seconds ;-)
jmk-solo is now known as jmk-core2
wow I hope you don't plan on going to work today, being still up at 5am
man it's early
jmkasunich: it was also a rather old distribution (fedora core 2 or something) so I wouldn't sweat it as long as more modern 64 bits work
I can understand
but it seems you people find no sleep :D
jmkasunich: hm I am surprised at your "make -j" error; I did that a lot (when I first got my dual-core) but maybe some things have changed since then
I *do* get the error now, though
actually I get it without -j
I get it after a 'clean'
hi ray! haven't seen you around for a while
hope all is well
lerman_ is now known as lerman
is anyone around, who knows something about this: http://www.linuxcnc.org/experimental/
what is your question?
when I start the rtai my system will lock
is this a dual processor machine?
are you using the rtai tests from the wiki?
it is a 4x Xeon
[22:50:44] <mschuhmacher> http://www.filpro.de/Photo/Screenshot.png
I there are 4 logical processors
I think that it is only compiled for a dual processor machine.
sudo mknod /dev/rtf3 c 150 3; cd /usr/realtime-2.6.17-rtai3.5/testsuite/kern/latency; ./run
hmm - yah - I am pretty sure cradek said that it would require tweeking for more than 2 processors.
those packages are a failed experiment. sadly, making one build of rtai work on many machines is not a goal for the rtai team, so our hands are pretty tied when it comes to using anything but the most basic rtai configuration
of course you can build rtai to whatever specs you like for your machine, and I bet it would work fine
jepler: thanks for fixing make -j