If I were to install the packages
linux-headers-2.6.22-14-rt , what would be the downfalls of using a realtime kernal?
I'm a musician, and getting JACK set up basically requires a realtime kernal (as does every other music based thing with Linux). However, will I lose any functionality from this?
ie: Graphics, speed, games, development (Tkinter?), Wine, etc.
Also, how can I remove my old 2.4 kernel that came with Ubuntu? I would have two 2.6's as well as two 2.4's (one regular and one realtime of each), and I find the 2.4's burdensome.