Running real time kernel with Lucid
I'm pretty new to Linux. I have the latest release of Lucid Lynx installed. I want to try out audio recording on Linux so I want to know if it's possible to use a real time kernel with Lucid. So I installed the 2.6.31 real time kernel. It shows up in GRUB, but when I boot it gives me the message:
mounting none on /dev failed No such device
It then takes me to the login screen, and once I enter my password it just takes me back to the login. Help would be appreciated!
Last edited by zangderak; September 26th, 2010 at 09:42 AM.
Re: Running real time kernel with Lucid
Ok, I just ended up uninstalling Lucid and installing Karmic. I still would like to know though, because I liked the GUI for Lucid alot.
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