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How to set realtime priority? [message #852195] Sat, 21 April 2012 19:34
Paul DeRocco is currently offline Paul DeRoccoFriend
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I'm writing a sound synthesizer app which will eventually run as a service under the root user, so that the sound generation thread can run at the highest priority on one of the cores. What's the easiest way to give my program permission to call setpriority(..., -20) while debugging under Eclipse? I don't care if it's something I do inside Eclipse, something I do before running Eclipse, or something I include in my program. Obviously, I'm the admin of my machine. (I'm running under the latest Ubuntu.)
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