[PlanetCCRMA] Requesting some advice...

Nicholas Manojlovic nicholasmanojlovic at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 18:02:35 PDT 2008

fear not, they're all still there - packaged in the Fedora repo.

Fedora 9 is out soon. You might like to wait for that?

Fedora 8 with CCRMA is running really well for me at the moment, although I
have quite older hardware. Mileage may (does) vary. I reckon you'll be okay
though - will probably have some hardware issues but people are here to help

Good luck.

On Sat, Apr 5, 2008 at 8:45 AM, Nexxus Six <nexxusix at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Fernando and all,
> I just recently purchased a laptop, an HP 9500t CTO (fully customized HP
> 9500, 7200 RPM SATA Drives, 511M nVidia Card, 2G Ram, Realtek HiDef Audio,
> no Bluetooth, but I have WiFi).
> The laptop shipped with Vista only, but I now have XP Pro on a second
> partition, and when I get my Recovery CDs in the mail, I'm going to delete
> the HP Recovery partition and install CCRMA.
> I can't wait!!! =]
> Anyhow, I've noticed that since RH5 (that was the last RH I used,
> installed on a P4 machine, now replaced with this laptop), things like
> Seq24, Audour, and ZynAddSubFX have all seem to disappear in later versions
> of CCRMA (RH 6, 7, 8). Hydrogen still seems to be around though... I would
> like to get CCRMA up and running again, and get my music back into working
> order, but was wondering what the best approach would be? Do I install RH8
> CCRMA, and try to make the older apps work, or go with an older version,
> like RH5, but take the risk that it might not be compatible with the laptop?
> Thanks for any help or advice...
> Cheers,
> NexxuSix
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