>Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 15:43:39 +0200
hi michael -- thanks for all your work, and best wishes as you step away from this project!
i've hosted a jacklab mirror for a few years, but it has not really been necessary for quite a while now. the SUSE 11 audio workstation i've got running now doesn't even use the jacklab repo. as michael says, packman and suser jengelh are all we need, besides the standard SUSE repos.
i consider it a step *forward* that most distros can now be made audio-ready without too much fuss, and the "demise" of jacklab is not such a shock -- it's necessity as a way of getting SUSE functional for serious audio work was superseded a while ago. michael was, of course, instrumental in clarifying how to do that -- the new PAM and jengelh's rt kernel were the keys.
i'll go free up my server space that was hosting the mirror now.... cheers!
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