[PlanetCCRMA] Re: fc6/7: new rt kernel; fc6/7: updated libgig

Arnaud Gomes-do-Vale Arnaud.Gomes@ircam.fr
Fri Jul 6 16:28:01 2007

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU> writes:

>> Fedora is leading edge and moving fast. How about PlanetCCRMA for
>> RHEL? :) :) :)
> I could release it within a week... :-)
> (I did some tests on CentOS 5 not long ago)

Please? :-)

I try to keep up with (some parts of) PlanetCCRMA for CentOS 4 and
5. My public repo is quite outdated now, and I need some time to find
a good way to keep it in sync with my private repo (which I cannot
open to the outside world because of license issues), but I still have
some hope.

By the way, would there be a way to automatically pick up your new
packages, including newer versions of older stuff? AFAICT you don't
announce every minor update on planetccrma-news, do you? I could
probably figure it out from my rsync logs, I guess I have just found a
new project for my spare time of next week. :-)

> All is fine now (just after CentOS 5 release) but what happens in one
> year? How many bleeding edge audio packages will not build because the
> libraries are too old. You can't have everything. 

Actually, from my experience, few packages won't build or run on older
systems (older meaning RHEL4 and its clones). Ardour being among the