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Date:	Thu, 19 Jun 2014 17:20:08 +0200
From:	Martin Steigerwald <Martin@...htvoll.de>
To:	tdjames <tdjames@....edu>
Cc:	linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: How to disable Lazy Preempt in the kernel

Am Donnerstag, 19. Juni 2014, 08:11:21 schrieb tdjames:
> I'm relatively new to Linux and working on getting a real-time kernel up and
> running for robot applications. I'm on Ubuntu 14.04, using kernel 3.14.3
> and the 3.14.3-rt5 real-time patch. Also using x86-64.

I donĀ“t know about lazy preempt, but maybe a search in make nconfig reveals 
more?

In any case: Debian offers ready made rt kernels as packages. So maybe thats an 
option for you? Beware: Debian and Ubuntu kernel packaging is different. Maybe 
Ubuntu also has a rt kernel package?

Ciao,
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