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Re: kernel building problems: low-latency and pre-emptive patches

On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 07:55:41AM +0300, Martin-Éric Racine wrote:
> Given how my HP712-60 is such a _SLOW_ machine, I thought I'd give a try to the
> low-latency and pre-emptive patches.  They seem to apply fine, as shown below,
> but fail to appear in the configuration menus where I would need to enable them.

Probably because they don't patch arch/parisc/config.in.  Make similar
changes there as it makes to arch/i386/config.in.  You'll probably
need to port other changes from include/asm-i386 and arch/i386 too.
It's a big job; more so for preempt than lowlat.  But why not try 2.6?
It's already got most of the lowlat stuff integrated and preempt needs
someone to fix it in 2.6 too ;-)

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