Unexpectedly high xruns with modern hardware

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Re: Unexpectedly high xruns with modern hardware

Post by sunrat »

I put the brain into gear and realised that was a convoluted way of doing it. Tried the logical way and it worked:
- Export environment variable to bypass check which precludes nvidia-driver from installing on RT kernel:

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- Install RT kernel and headers, currently latest in Debian Bullseye:

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apt install linux-image-5.10.0-6-rt-amd64 linux-headers-5.10.0-6-rt-amd64
- If nvidia driver is already installed dkms will build the module during kernel install process. Otherwise:

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apt install nvidia-driver
- Done. Reboot now into RT kernel with nvidia.

*Edited 13/5 to cover procedure for when nvidia-driver is already installed.
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