[PlanetCCRMANews] [PlanetCCRMA] landing on the Fedora 18 planet
t6sn7gt at aim.com
Tue Jan 22 18:26:32 PST 2013
I've had the problem of phonon dropping back in several KDE installs. I
never could figure out why as it came and went.
On 01/22/2013 08:28 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> I've been on Fedora 18 since midway between alpha and beta. Yes, the
> user interface for the installer is *awful*! Worse, it's the main
> reason the release slipped from November to mid-January.
> I'm not a regular KDE user, but it seems to me to be OK now. I'm
> mostly a GNOME 3 user myself, although I usually install LXDE, MATE
> and Cinnamon too just so I know how they work. But once I got past the
> new installer, Fedora 18 has been solid. If you're already on 17 and
> it's working for you, you might not need to upgrade. But I'm not
> planning to drop back to 17 now.
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 5:12 PM, Jan Depner <eviltwin69 at cableone.net> wrote:
>> Before you install Fedora 18 you might want to read this article (not
>> necessarily just for KDE users):
>> I think I'll stick with 17 on my systems. Maybe 19 will be better.
>> On Tue, 2013-01-22 at 11:44 -0800, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have just released a bunch of packages for Fedora 18.
>>> The rt kernel is based on 3.6.11 plus rt25, seems to work fine on a
>>> couple of systems I tested.
>>> As for the rest, the usual suspects that have not yet migrated to Fedora
>>> are there, including SuperCollider (3.6.2 with the new scide interface),
>>> pd-extended (same release as before), ChucK / miniAudicle, the
>>> CM/CLM/CMN/snd lisp/scheme world of tools and more.
>>> Missing at this point (that I know of): the old legacy cm,
>>> cheesetracker, fweelin, tapiir, timemachine, yass, ladspa-nova-plugins
>>> and a few more. Not a lot as most of the cool stuff is already in Fedora!
>>> -- Fernando
>>> PS: to install the planetccrma and planetcore repositories:
>>> rpm -Uvh
>>> rpm -Uvh
>>> package lists:
>>> PlanetCCRMA mailing list
>>> PlanetCCRMA at ccrma.stanford.edu
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