What is Linux-RT-kernel?

how or what (i dunno what to ask) it is so different from normal kernel ???



The details are pretty technical, but my understanding is that it’s a version of the kernel with very fine-tuned timing for applications that might need it, like scientific applications, possibly music/sound editing, and things like that. It’s not faster, but more responsive.

I’ve wondered if the RT kernel would handle high load better than the regular one.

What you asked is fine. Searching the internet for the question in your topic title will define it. Among those search results, this is probably the best resource other than the Arch Wiki article @bogdancovaciu linked:


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