[CM] what linux?
finnendahl at folkwang-hochschule.de
Fri, 22 Feb 2008 09:01:55 +0100
I'm running Ubuntu on my machines for a couple of years now and it
works very well. In our studios we also run Ubuntu systems and our
school has purchased 15 Laptops for the students where we installed
Ubuntu and all kinds of music apps. I'd definetely give it a try. If
the live CD works you should be all set with an install. Ralf Mattes
takes care of the systems and we made some packages for our use. He
might even be able to give some advice concerning lisp/juce etc. if
you run into problems.
Am 21. Februar 2008, 17:40 Uhr (-0600) schrieb Rick Taube:
> i did run into ubuntu which seems to be a branch of debian with what
> looked like a liveCD iso but i dont know if anyone uses it. it has a
> package system called symantic or something that ive never heard of
> (not that that should stop me i guess...) but i need to be able to
> easily install software like svn etc. the nice thing about planetccrma
> is that i never had to install anything!
> On Feb 21, 2008, at 5:21 PM, James Baker wrote:
> >Have you considered Debian? It's certinly well supported. The only
> >thing is that there isnt a "planet ccrma" for debian yet, so you need
> >to build a realtime kernel etc yourself.
> >On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 10:16 AM, Heinrich Taube <email@example.com>
> >>can anyone recommend a well supported linux that i can (easily)
> >>install on an older dell?
> >>my first choice would be planetccrma except there is some issue
> >>with a
> >>fedora X library and juce that im not sure i can solve beyond waiting
> >>for the next release of fedora.
> >>my next choice would be gentoo but their livecd doenst even boot.
> >>these are the only linux versions that i know work well (well, at
> >>least planetccrma works well but ive heard good things about gentoo)
> >>anyway i dont want an installer that boots me in a shell as superuser
> >>and tells me to run fdisk! (my second attempt at booting gentoo)
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