jussi01 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 12:43:22 GMT 2010
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Ricardo Lameiro <ricardolameiro at gmail.com>wrote:
> Sorry, but i think that nick had a great Idea.
> Jussi, we should not duplicate, but better make a specialized one.
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport In here, I just searched for
> edirol audio boards and only are there 2. the ua-4fx now works with advanced
> mode (i myself tested the patch before going to the alsa drivers at kernel)
> and i use an FA-101 (firewire device) that uses FFADO drivers + JACK and it
> works. So that list is outdated and is not aimed at PRO hardware or specific
> solutions. One of the 2, either we make our own list or we try to update the
> hardware list at ubuntu.
Yes, it is under populated, but why should we then make a new list?
this is on a wiki, we can edit it and make it better, lets use the resource,
add links to our ubuntu studio pages to it and generally make it better.
> I think we should make one in the ubuntu webpage, so if anyone wanting
> audio has a link at the ubuntustudio webpage and follow it. the 2 can be
> complementing pages. Maybe our list could be a test case. Each one puts its
> hardware and some caracteristics. (jack,also support, latency, mixer,
> etc...) I will contribute with my hardware.
> I dont think its necessary to make something new. lets engage with whoever
is maintaining the current pages, (ubuntu docs team?) or if unmaintained,
lets just whack them into shape. As I said before, its a wiki, we can all
2010/2/4 Jussi Schultink <jussi01 at gmail.com>
>> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 1:50 PM, Nick Fellows <nick.fellows at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Ubuntu Studio is a great platform for Audio and Multimedia tasks, I use
>>> it for
>>> writing / composing music.
>>> I've been using Linux for quite some time and welcome the distro as it
>>> provides a good consolidated platform for my needs.
>>> I have a suggestion - Maybe the Ubuntu Studio website could house a
>>> hardware compatibility list .
>>> It would be great if it could focus on Audio hardware and include
>>> studio equipment.
>> This kind of List already exists in a generic ubuntu sense (
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport), and there are specific sections
>> for audio hardware.
>> I don't think we want to duplicate this, IMHO.
>> Audio hardware is difficult to select when building a linux based
>>> studio setup as there are still a
>>> manufacturers out there not providing drivers or adhering to USB Audio
>>> Perhaps this could be made possible by community contributions?
>>> What do people think about this as an idea for discussion ?
>>> Kind Regards
>>> Nick ...
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