Re: [linux-audio-user] Mentor for Debian Official 3.1r-0a (Sarge) and Linux Audio

From: MarC <marc_lists@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Tue Jun 21 2005 - 18:18:29 EEST

En/na Brett McCoy ha escrit:

> The Other wrote:
>> I'm moving from Debian Woody to Debian Sarge, and would like
>> assistance on setting up the system to optimally run Linux Audio
>> packages.
>> Such suggestions would be which of the 2.6 kernels to run, which
>> kernel patch sets to use, etc. I'm on a dial-up connection to the
>> Internet, which takes me around 2 hours to download a kernel source.
> If you are using Debian, why not use Demudi? It already has everything
> you need for low-latency audio, if you don't want to spend your hours
> downloading source code and compiling your stuff by hand.
> -- Brett
I think I know the answer... In my case I use debian because I want to
use the same system for audio and for other purposes like email,
browsing the web, pdfs, programming. I want to record new ideas without
rebooting the system while I'm doing other stuff...

It's enough if you add the demudi sources:
main local extra

and install those packages:

and you will also see how a lot of other applications are added to your
don't forget to update to the demudi's jack,ardour version. sarge's
broken (ehem, it doesn't work for me).
Received on Tue Jun 21 20:15:11 2005

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