System Environment/Kernel

kernel-rtPAE-core - The Linux realtime kernel compiled for PAE capable machines

This package includes a version of the Linux kernel with support for up to
64GB of high memory. It requires a CPU with Physical Address Extensions (PAE).
The non-PAE kernel can only address up to 4GB of memory.
Install the kernel-PAE package if your machine has more than 4GB of memory.

This kernel is also patched with the realtime preemption patch.

The initial preempt-RT technology was developed mostly by Ingo Molnar,
Steven Rostedt, Paul Mckenney, Peter Zijlstra and Thomas Gleixner with
lots of input from Doug Niehaus, who did research in kernel preemption
in the 1990s. The technology rewrite around 3.0-rt was done by Thomas
Gleixner with help from Peter and Steven, and that's what preempt-RT
today is based on.
License:GPLv2 and Redistributable, no modification permitted Group:System Environment/Kernel
URL: Source: kernel


Name Version Release Type Size Built
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.1.12 200.rt13.1.fc22.ccrma i686 21.00 MiB Sat Nov 7 13:09:31 2015
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.1.10 200.rt10.1.fc22.ccrma i686 21.00 MiB Mon Oct 26 18:20:01 2015
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.1.5 200.rt5.1.fc22.ccrma i686 20.98 MiB Wed Aug 26 15:18:10 2015
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.1.3 200.rt3.1.fc22.ccrma i686 20.98 MiB Thu Jul 30 20:40:59 2015
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.0.5 300.rt4.3.fc22.ccrma i686 20.70 MiB Thu Jun 18 19:36:43 2015
kernel-rtPAE-core 4.0.4 301.rt1.3.fc22.ccrma i686 20.70 MiB Fri May 29 12:52:36 2015


* Sat Nov 7 04:00:00 2015 Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando{%}ccrma{*}stanford{*}edu> - 4.1.12-200.rt13.1
- update to 4.1.12-rt13
* Sat Oct 31 05:00:00 2015 Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando{%}ccrma{*}stanford{*}edu> - 4.1.10-200.rt11.1
- update to rt11
* Sun Oct 25 05:00:00 2015 Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando{%}ccrma{*}stanford{*}edu> - 4.1.10-200.rt10.1
- update to 4.1.10-rt10

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