[PD] max msp vs pd
hans at eds.org
Thu Nov 17 19:19:53 CET 2005
I am a big fan of Debian and all its progeny. The package management
is awesomely flexible and so many of the packages really set themselves
up these days. Its only getting better.
Ubuntu seems to be a really good way to start with Debian.
On Nov 16, 2005, at 3:56 PM, Ed Kelly wrote:
> Hey sevy,
> Is it possible to use pdp/pidip with a non-accelerated, shared memory
> graphics card?
> If I can't I will sell my new laptop and buy another. That is a
> compliment to you my friend...
> BTW Musix+GNU looks great but I don't speak Spanish (but I'll do
> anything to get the best platform - within reason)
> Yves Degoyon <ydegoyon at free.fr> wrote:
>> Frank Barknecht wrote:
>> >Pat Pagano hat gesagt: // Pat Pagano wrote:
>> >>>please, switch to linux..
>> >>Sure, which flavor do you suggest sevy?
>> >Yves probably will suggest Gentoo or Linux from Scratch, but for
>> >starters Ubuntu is quite comfortable, though AGNULA/Demudi has better
>> >audio support (like the sound server set to off by default etc.)
>> i actually use a Fedora Core 3 ( a bit modified ),
>> cause i'm lazy...
>> but i've seen a very good distribution lately
>> that includes pd, it'argentinian and focused on music softwares :
>> MUSIX : http://www.musix.org.ar/
>> it even works, ardour, jack and all,
>> so, respekt !!
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