[PD] Ubuntu vs. ubuntustudio?

Patrice Colet pat at mamalala.org
Sun Jan 4 09:27:01 CET 2009


  The great advantage of using linux is that we can have a choice of 
installed applications.
  If there are many computers to setup and if ubuntustudio is compatible 
with all the computers, the gain of installing time would be so relevant.
  On a single computer, I don't see the point of installing all the 
stuff from DVD or META-PACKAGE, if it's about using less than ten per 
cent of the proposed applications, all the stuff inside this 
distribution is well documented, why not just taking what is needed?

husk a écrit :
> PSPunch escribió:
>>> What do you think might be the better approach, to use ubuntu normal, or  
>>> ubuntustudio? Roman told me that for a while there's no big difference,  
>>> because the -rt kernel comes with ubuntu. Is ubuntustudio more than a  
>>> bundle of software with nice backgrounds? (Note: I'll use the same setup  
>>> on both computers, so the system should work on 64 and 32b).
>> As far as I know, "Studio" is just plain Ubuntu that comes with a set of 
>> software relevant to audio & video.
> They use different kernel. Ubutustudio have a specific kernel for real 
> time, and maybe (I'm not sure) a problem with firewire bus.
> my two cents
> Husk
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