On Sun, 2011-05-29 at 13:42 +0200, R.Wolff wrote:
A good idea. A long time ago I tested it and I like it.
BUT ;) I guess I'll use 64-bit.
I simply will download and install Debian stable right now.
For Ubuntu and Suse I don't like that they switch their releases every
half year or so, OTOH I experienced dependency hell, when Debian were
outdated and I needed to build some audio apps from svn.
By theory Ubuntu is what I would like to use, in life praxis I'm pissed
off at the moment.
I have to bite the bullet, better outdated, than unreliable.
So a few questions to Robin.
It's essential that building
- Qtractor from svn will cause no issues (I'm a tester)
- JACK2 from svn won't cause issues (I need it regarding to the
-Xalsarawmidi switch, that enables the usage of hw MIDI without
audible jitter, I'm not talking about values called ms, much
below 1 ms)
- Building an customized kernel-rt is easy to do (I guess I can
use my current Ubuntu Natty script for debian too? See
- Install Ardour3 alpha releases without issues
Hopefully evolution (2.30.3-5) can use Evolution 2.32.2 settings for
filters? And not only import the mails?
Any repositories I need to add? Any repositories I should avoid?