[PlanetCCRMA] fedora core distrubuition

Roy Vestal rvestal at trilug.org
Wed May 7 05:57:29 PDT 2008

Fedora 9 is being released in 6 days (May 13).  The Fedora releases  
that are more than 3 versions back (in this case Fedora Core 6) are no  
longer supported from the Fedora Project.

If you are going with Fedora, use 7 or 8. I've used 7 in the past and  
Planet CCRMA packages work well. The machine I was using was a  
PIII-733MHz machine (retired now), with 512MB RAM.


On May 6, 2008, at 4:34 PM, simone wrote:

> hallo
> I am going to get a new (used) dell d410 1,73 in 2 days.
> i don t understand if there is any difference among the different
> fedora distrubuitions regarding the audio enviroment.In simple words:
> which one is to be advised?
> The latest i ve tried out is FC8 but i am having problem with the  
> xcb libraries.
> So now that i am going to install linux in my new laptop i don t know
> if i should stick to FC8 (just because it is the latest) or if i
> should try older distros.
> thanks
> Simone
> -- 
> .wmv , .wma , .pps along with all proprietary Windows formats won t be
> accepted and/or viewed....
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