sound on edubuntu 7.04-beta
ansari.farid at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 12:12:57 BST 2007
Will it not be better to wait for 16 days for the final release of Kubuntu
I have SuSE 10.2 on one hard disk. Will Kubuntu install on the same disk as
dual boot ?
On 4/4/07, Gavin McCullagh <gmccullagh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Kai,
> On Wed, 04 Apr 2007, Kai Wüstermann wrote:
> > After running in so much problems with edubuntu, I installed xbuntu with
> > a ltsp-stand-alone-server. This worked out of the box. There were no
> > sound problems. Ok, I didn't try to set up the local devices.
> Local devices worked for me. Indeed, I plugged a USB key into my
> PXE-booted laptop, double clicked on the 1GB MP4 video on the key and it
> played (with only slight frame jitter initially) direct off the key (even
> though the usb controller was usb1).
> > For primary school it's enough, the pupils don't need evolution and all
> > the other things to manage their lessons;-) 30 MB per user is a strong
> > argument.
> Fair enough. It won't have installed any of the educational packages
> though, so you might want to install those yourself. I'm particularly
> thinking of the KDE educational stuff, plus the "childsplay" packages
> are really quite good for younger kids (my niece loves them). There might
> also be something to be said for the edubuntu artwork, if it can be used
> easily in XFCE.
> It does seem odd that the edubuntu cd installer gave problems but
> installing ltsp-stand-alone-server onto (x)ubuntu worked fine for both of
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