Weird, but other programs (general use ones) seem to be much closer to
"current" versions than JACK is. I wonder if there isn't some
hoop-jumping jackaudio hasn't done properly for Debian. Or maybe the
Debian folk in charge of approving JACK versions for inclusion in Debian
worship at the altar of Pulseaudio and just want to make JACK go away.
(I know, nobody involved in open source would be deliberately sabotaging
> Don't quite get it in the case of 64studio where jack is an essential
Possible. I can't install the DVD releases of 64Studio on my music box -
its optical drive doesn't seem reliably read all of a DVD - and while it
will boot from a flash drive, I haven't found any Linux audio distros
that will install from a flash drive. They all insist on looking for an
install CD. And nobody seems to make netboot installs anymore except
Debian's stock distro.
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