[PD] PD/Audio in redhat or suse
slimboyfatboyslim at slimboyfatboyslim.org
Tue Mar 1 19:07:55 CET 2005
yup, in Ubuntu, almost all debian packages can be installed (at least
for PD, PDP, PiDiP, Gem).
But kernel 2.6.8 can be a problem for some hardwares e.g my Logitech
Ian Smith-Heisters wrote:
> What about Ubuntu? There are some fantastic Pd packages for debian,
> and I'm pretty sure Ubuntu takes that and adds an installation and
> ease-of-use to rival Suse, Redhat, and anyone else. Plus, apt is a
> better package manager than most out there, except emerge and
> arch-linux's, imho.
> 2 cents.
> jmmmp wrote:
>> I have Redhat in my laptop (Thinkpad R51), but so far had - almost -
>> only bad experiences. My teacher tried to install planet ccrma, jack
>> and other of the more recent programs, but it is much harder as one
>> expects (and he is an expert).
>> I am seriously thinking about changing to suse, that besides it is
>> much "nicer" in general, I know it is designed for my computer. I
>> looked in the archives, but could find no satisfatory answer: would
>> there be a reason not to do this change? (I don't mind building the
>> programs, sometimes the rpms remind me of windows' automatic install)
>> although it isn't possible to install ccrma in suse (?), there are
>> also low-latency kernels, or other ways to get a satisfactory result
>> with live-audio. (I have the rme pcmcia interface + multiface combo)
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