Re: [linux-audio-user] debian/demudi: a good introductory package?

From: Bob <fsmith@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Jul 21 2005 - 11:49:13 EEST

HI Good thread!!

Just a point here, re a quick study.

Once you learn this and yes it can be a lot of reading and mailing, you
know it for life and will find you can adapt to changes very quickly.

This isn't the case in windoze where the companies seem to take a
perverse delight in changing for changes sake.

Welcome back to Linux/freedom


tim hall wrote:
> Last Wednesday 20 July 2005 21:38, charles thorley was like:
>>my question is this: is debian (demudi) a good place
>>to start (re)learning linux, given my intention to use
>>the linux environment first and foremost as a daw?
>>the last time i ran linux i was 16, and only barely
>>able to "run" it successfuly. i remember _very_
>>little of it at this point. but i'm a reasonably
>>quick study, and i'm pretty motivated to learn it and
>>make it work.
> Yes, I think A/DeMuDi is a good place to start. I migrated to it straight from
> Windows three years ago and haven't looked back. Be prepared to do lots of
> reading. I'm currently sticking my neck out and claiming that it is now in
> fact easier than installing and configuring Windows to do the same job.
> cheers,
> tim hall
Received on Thu Jul 21 12:15:10 2005

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