Re: [linux-audio-user] Poor Schmuck...

From: Iain Duncan <iainduncan@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sat Jul 23 2005 - 11:45:28 EEST

Yeah, I think it just depends what you call desktop/enduser. I check
mail, surf web, listen to mp3s, write code. Can't think of what my audio
station doesn't do that I wish it did better ...

Hm, I guess I do use different users for irc than audio though, 'cause
I'm kinda lazy with audio so I just run as root for most purposes.


Atte André Jensen wrote:
> Brett McCoy wrote:
>> if you want to use high-end audio on a Linux machine, you can't use it
>> simultaneously as a desktop/enduser machine, you need to keep the two
>> separate with different accounts/profiles/hardware configurations
>> (have one login for playing MP3s/web surfing/word processing, another
>> for audio stuff with Ardour/Jack/LADSPA).
> I try to keep things in one maching, one boot, one login. Works quite
> well...
> I don't think desktop use needs any tuning, so I just set up stuff for
> audio and open thunderbird to read mail when I need to...
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