[PlanetCCRMA] Installing CCRMA on Fedora 14 [SOLVED]

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Tue Dec 28 22:31:31 PST 2010

>>> There are packages ready to install for FC14
>>> http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/fedora/linux/planetccrma/14/i386/repoview/
>>> http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/fedora/linux/planetcore/14/i386/repoview/
>>> Thought some thingsa are still missing. I was able to install the rt
>>> kernel and run some applications yesterday. I'll be able to do some more
>>> testing later today.

>> I thought about installing the RPMs on that page but have never deviated
>> from the standard way of installing the planet repo and then using yum
>> commands. If I install these RPMs and eventually install the planet repo
>> and use the yum commands, will it be aware of any files I already
>> installed and adjust accordingly?

> Surf to the planetccrma url and manually download and install
> planetccrma-repo (as in the instructions for fc12), then you can install
> the core components (rt kernel) and any application you wish to have -
> most of the instructions for fc12 apply. Most packages are there, there
> are a few that I have not managed to compile (and a lot of stuff
> including jack and ardour come from the Fedora repositories...)

That worked out great Fernando. Everything seems solid except for some 
issue with jack+ffado. I'm going to look further into this and if I 
don't find a remedy, I will post about it. I have the feeling it has to 
do with '/etc/security/limits.conf'. But for now I just wanted to thank 
you for all the good work you do. And thanks to all that have also 
helped while installing CCRMA-F14.


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