On Friday 16 April 2010 19:55:49 Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Sometimes a big hard-disk is not a question. Sometimes you use hardware tha=
can't use big hard-disks.
> 2. For
When you start with one package to contain both (debugging) binaries and=20
headers, you will go on with all of them. Now lets see how big debug-symbol=
and headers from KDE, Qt, Gnome, firefox and openoffice are.
> 3. Who does use Linux audio and
People distributing their own packages in their "private" network. Only the=
package-building machine needs the dev-packages.
> 4. Who does produce music on a 20GB hard disk?
I didn't say anything about producing, did I?
The machine is meant to do "master"-processor for listening, both digital-
room-correction for at-home and live-foh-master. Don't need much disk their=
And newer disks with fine mechanics and narrower tracks on the disk are les=
fault-tolerant with respect to noise likely to be present at the foh.
Originally that machine was to run from a 4GB CF-Card. Only the motherboard=
wouldn't boot from it.
Now, why again should that machine have all the dev-stuff installed again?
Why should sound-installations have the complete development-chain installe=
I thought that it would be okay for jack to packaged with both server and=20
client-lib in one package. But considering that I have libpulse installed t=
make apps looking for pulse happy, while the pulseserver is not installed (=
make me happy), I have come to the conclusion, that jack also has to be spl=
in server and client libs (and development packages!). That way your favour=
music player can have an output plugin that looks for jack and if that is n=
running, looks for pulse and finally choose direct alsa for playback...
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