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On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Neil C Smith wrote:
> On 18 November 2012 12:44, Aur=E9lien Leblond wrote:
Now I re-installed FGLRX and it runs ok, but I forgot about another bug in
the couple FGLRX and Compiz that makes my CPU go 100% (this issue was
already in 12.04)...
I have all these issues reported or fixed...
I know we have digressed from the original issue between with Ardour and
Ubuntu (conclusion here: it's an Ubuntu issue as installing FGLRX fixes the
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> @David: In Ubuntu 12.10, Unity 2D doesn't exist anymore. And thank=
s for the
I'm with you on Unity - best desktop UI I've used since I had=
up on RISC OS in '98! :-)
However, I'd question why you're using Ubuntu 12.10? =A0I now stick=
LTS editions, and treat the others as what they really are - betas for
the LTS's. =A0With the low-latency kernel and using the KXStudio ppa=
for most audio stuff, this seems a pretty solid and usable setup,
given that I use it as a general purpose setup with audio capabilities
rather than a purely audio platform.I'm using 12.10 because of other issues in 12.04 (especially USB soun=
dcard requiring a higher kernel to run ok).Over the past 2 years=
I am having this laptop, I haven't been able to get a single stable ve=
rsion of Ubuntu for playing music:
- Soundcard not supported- EHCI not supporting USB 2.0 soun=
dcard- XHCI not supporting USB 2.0 soundcard- Compiz =
being too slow- FGLRX creating xrun
Now I re-installed FGLRX and it runs ok, but I forgot about another bug in =
the couple FGLRX and Compiz that makes my CPU go 100% (this issue was alrea=
dy in 12.04)...I have all these issues reported or fixed...
I know we have digressed from the original issue betwee=
n with Ardour and Ubuntu (conclusion here: it's an Ubuntu issue as inst=
alling FGLRX fixes the problem),..