On Mon, 2011-05-30 at 09:39 +0200, R.Wolff wrote:
Edubuntu 10.10 32-bit + Ubuntu Studio meta packages and a lot of self
build stuff + PA tweaks is my first perfectly working Linux audio/MIDI
DAW. Even the very good 64 Studio releases did cause jitter for hw MIDI,
because there wasn't the current JACK2 svn already available ;). The
only, but serious issue is, that the mouse wheel isn't working.
Ubuntu Studio 11.04 + Edubuntu meta packages is a PITA. Completely
unusable, even writing emails is a PITA, I didn't set up audio, but
decided to switch the distro.
> NVidia & ATI drivers are installed through the means of a helper script.
I'll build customized kernels myself. Well, my Ubuntu 10.10 is a 32-bit
install, but since Ubuntu 32-bit has got no advantage, e.g. installing
proprietary 32-bit apps, that run on Suse 11.2 !!!64-bit, don't run on
Ubuntu, neither 32-bit or 64-bit, I prefer the advantages of 64-bit
installs. I don't need VST, but lightscribe and will keep Suse 11.2 to
use those apps. Debian should be 64-bit, not 32-bit on my machine.
> The developer is very responsive and the forum quickly helps you out in case of
AV Linux is a very good distro, but I wish to have 64-bit. I guess the
only 32-bit app I really need for music will be an app to set up a KORG
NANOKONTROL, but this should work with wine on a 64-bit install too, I
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