Re: [linux-audio-user] ubunto + realtime performance

From: Michal Seta <mis@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Tue Jun 21 2005 - 02:29:19 EEST

Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen@email-addr-hidden> writes:

> Michal Seta wrote:
> >>I'm currently running debian/unstable with my home-made-but-unpatched
> >>kernel 2.6.11-10, but is considering switching to ubunto.
> > Why?
> Basically because unstable is sometimes a bit too unstable for me (and
> stable is too old, or at least was a month ago...).

Sorry, I was not clear. Why switching to ubuntu?

> > I don't think there will be any difference. I have installed ubuntu
> > on a machine (because it was the only distro that worked on that
> > particular hardware out-of-the-box) and I cross-bred it with Demudi
> > and Debian (which has created a whole other set of conflicts and
> > problems). Add demudi to your apt sources and install the multimedia
> > kernel if you don't want the hassle of patching and compiling
> > yourself.
> So you've had problems with demudi on ubunto? And still recommend it, why?

No, I reccomend debian+demudi (man, I really am not clear).

> Let's see. The impression I get (from my LUG, for instance) is that
> quite a lot of hardcore debian/gentoo users have switched, and are
> praising ubunto quite a lot.

Meybe I'm not hardcore enough. For new users it's a great distro, I have not been impressed in terms of trying to do audio.

> Anyways, I just ordered another HD, so I'll install ubunto on that and
> see how bad it is...

the best way to go.

Received on Tue Jun 21 04:15:32 2005

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