audio glitch patch by mike hearn

Mirek thunder.m at
Thu Dec 7 07:23:20 CST 2006

WOOOW!!! Greate result, why isnt this patch in main tree?


Chris Robinson napsal(a):
> On Wednesday 06 December 2006 22:52, you wrote:
>> Ahhh perfect! Send it over! How would i run it as pam though? And an
>> additional question: Would this speedup alsa too? as I finally got alsa's
>> oss emulation to work with wine which is much much faster :S
> PAM is a sysadmin tool that can (among other things) control resource limits 
> for various users/groups. I'm not exactly sure which version, but later 
> versions allow you to set rtprio limits for users (not to be confused 
> with 'priority', which isn't what you want). An example line 
> for /etc/security/limits.conf would be:
> <name>  -  rtprio  1
> The patch currently only utilizes a value of 1, so you don't need anything 
> higher. Also, make sure /etc/pam.d/login has this:
> session    required     /lib/security/
> After making the changes, restart the user login session. Assuming all went 
> well, applications can now set a real-time priority level of 1, if run by the 
> named user/group. Then apply this simple patch to Wine:
> (~2.5K)
> ..rebuild, and enjoy. :)

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