Wrong information of release note for 10.10

Takashi Sakamoto o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp
Sat Oct 23 04:26:48 BST 2010


The situation of kernel flavour is quickly changed in this half a week
so many users will be confused including me!


In maverick, we can use generic(i686, amd64) or generic-pae(i686). There
is no preempt kernel. It's only for Lucid. (I have no confidence to use
server kernel for Ubuntu Studio usage...)

So we should write like, "-generic kernel is used for both i686 and amd64".

This seems to be the subtle but I hope to avoid making the users
confused with such an easy-confirmable topics.

And I suggest to open the release notes for this mailing list before
release day because there are some beta testing users and I think they
know the difference between previous and current one. I know Cory K.
noticed us to check the draft bofore each releases. I think this is good
way to avoid making such wrong lines.


Takashi Sakamoto
o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp

(2010年10月22日 17:31), Eric Hedekar wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Takashi Sakamoto
> <o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp <mailto:o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp>> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     I translated Maverick's release note for Japanese users. I've already
>     put my text on Ubuntu Japanese Community Wiki.
>     https://wiki.ubuntulinux.jp/UbuntuStudioTips/ReleaseNotes
>     Then I have some questions.
>     1. kernel flavour
>     According to Alessio's message, we cannot use -lowlatency and -realtime
>     for Maverick and I found there are no kernel packages for Maverick in
>     his PPA.
>     https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-studio-devel/2010-October/002695.html
>     2. Audio group
>     I think MusE needs for users to join in audio group. In my machine, I
>     can't start MusE if I'm not in audio group.
>     3. lv2 packages with question mark
>     We can download and install both lv2vocoder and lv2-c++-tools.
>     So there is no need with question mark.
>     In my text, I added some notes in each parts. I want the administrator
>     to check these items and make appropriate modification.
>     Regards
>     Takashi Sakamoto
>     o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp <mailto:o-takashi at sakamocchi.jp>
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> Points 1 and 3 have been updated on the ubuntustudio.org
> <http://ubuntustudio.org> website, I'll wait for further clarification
> from others regarding point 2 before changing that warning.  I seem to
> recall a lengthy discussion on that subject in the mailing list.  I was
> merely copying text from the wiki's working release notes and not
> proof-reading as much as I should have been (hence the question marks
> remaining), sorry for the mistake.
> -Eric Hedekar

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