Failed to enable realtime scheduling

Hi,

In my PC, Intel Core2 Due (as well as my laptop), I cannot enable real
time
scheduling. Both has gnuradio 3.1.1.
Both has Ubuntu 7.10. I remember (before 6 months), that my laptop was
able
to enable the real time when it was running gnuradio 3.0.3 on Ubuntu
7.04.

Any help please?.

Regards,

Firas

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On Thu, Nov 29, 2007 at 01:59:13AM -0800, Firas A. wrote:

Regards,

Firas

Hi Firas,

Real-time scheduling requires that you be running as root (not really
recommended) or holding the CAP_SYS_NICE capability. See man 7
capabilities. I believe you can also permit it by editing
/etc/security/limits.conf and specifying the item rtprio.

Eric

Regards,

Firas

Hi Firas,

Real-time scheduling requires that you be running as root (not >really recommended) or holding the CAP_SYS_NICE >capability. See man 7
capabilities. I believe you can also permit it by editing
/etc/security/limits.conf and specifying the item rtprio.

Eric

Dear Eric,

Thank you for the information. The ‘sudo’ worked fine and I prefer it
for the time been.
If I assigned a real time priority to my group by editing the
limits.conf, then I think (not tested) all my running programs will
consume the CPU power.

Regards,

Firas

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