[PD] [os] small linux versions issues?
reakinator at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 18:21:06 CEST 2009
I think the biggest difference in linux, with a machine of your speed, will
be how good your soundcard / videocard is. Also, if you are new to linux,
it will save you a load of grief by starting with one of the more popular
multimedia distributions like Ubuntu, 64studio, or Fedora, as there is
support to get you through the problems you will run into.
I think any Linux OS / windowing environment will be faster that windows,
provided it is configured properly and all your hardware is supported.
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 9:32 AM, donotreply <
donotreplytothissendermailbox at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am thinking in migrating to linux and considering small versions of it
> in order to boost speed, like>
> -damm small linux
> -puppy linux
> I'am not a deep tech guy (not referring to music style, which I like), so
> the questions are>
> 1-have anyone try these small OS before? if so... does it improve puredata
> 2-are there any known bugs for puredata in these linux?
> 3-any of these three versions recomended?
> 4-any linux version recomended (besides these, if these are not
> my hardware is not really slow (hp pavilion dv1680 core duo 1.83 ghz 1 Gb
> ram) so I thought using Ubuntu Studio (real time kernell sounds good,
> although it is chinese for me) but some comments on the web says it does not
> make a great speed difference migrating from xp and I would really like my
> machine to fly at the highest speed posible.
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