Real-time kernel?

Fritz Meissner meissner.fritz at
Thu Sep 16 21:41:02 BST 2010

On 16 September 2010 20:07, Scott Lavender <scottalavender at> wrote:
> Releasing Ubuntu Studio on disc affords us several advantages over other methodologies:
>  * allows us to control what is *not* installed - good example is the use of gnome-network-admin in lieu of network manager (which was found to degrade recording performance) or the MeMenu
>  * a single Ubuntu Studio disc can be installed on multiple machines
>  * allows installation on a studio machine that may not have internet
>  * the disc can be downloaded outside the studio - perhaps the studio has dial up internet connection, but the ISO can be downloaded somewhere else that has a much faster connection
I have in the past used the Studio Disc for installation, but the last
time I installed it I did it by first using the standard LiveCD and
then installing the studio audio package. It did not work well,
specifically jack did not work out of the box and despite researching
it and taking various actions that were recommended, it never did
work. I then did a fresh installation using the Studio installer and
had no problems, although I did still have to do some configuring.
This supports your first point above.


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