[ubuntu-studio-devel] LiveFS ubuntustudio/disco/amd64 failed to build on 20190128
michael.leslie.squires at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 01:57:00 UTC 2019
Did you try running with the ordinary kernel, not the low-latency one?
I had a similar problem with a dual quad Xeon system.
On 1/28/19 4:23 PM, Lawrence Boothby wrote:
> I was not suggesting that my request was the cause of any bug in your
> More on topic, many people have reported a lagging cursor on Ubuntu
> Studio starting with version 17.04. That was the case on my AMD Athlon
> II X2 270 system making it unusable, while 18.10 works perfectly on my
> Intel i3 system. However LinuxMint Mate 19 based on Ubuntu 18.10 works
> perfectly on both my AMD and Intel i3 systems. Hopefully the next
> Ubuntu Studio release will work on AMD Athlon II x2 cpus finally again.
> My preferred flavour of Ubuntu is Ubuntu Studio because I have never
> liked the Unity desktop and because U. Studio contains more of the
> apps I use in its initial installation. I was hoping that developers
> of Ubuntu Studio would consider supporting networked zero clients,
> Ubuntu already has the DisplayLink drivers so the missing piece is the
> USB network server. Brazil needs 800,000 zero client workstations.
> Their current multiseat OS provider is Userful and their hardware
> vendor is ThinNetworks. Both are charging license fees and dropping
> multi-seat support in favour of, in the case of Userful, the digital
> signage market. Wouldn't it be nice to see 800,000 workstations in
> Brazil public schools and state universities using Ubuntu Studio?
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 8:20 PM Erich Eickmeyer
> <erich at ericheickmeyer.com <mailto:erich at ericheickmeyer.com>> wrote:
> On 1/28/2019 12:04 PM, Lawrence Boothby wrote:
> > the command loginctl makes it trivial to set up multiseat on Linux
> > using USB zero clients. What is missing is the Elite Silicone
> > Technology usb server driver for network attached zero clients on
> > modern Linux distributions. I have only been able to get the 9.34
> > version to work and only on CentOS 7, using the driver package from
> > Userful which is compatible with CentOS 7, but not available
> from EST
> > directly..
> > See this link for EST
> > downloads
> > and this link for my opensource multi-seat
> > configuration http://multi-seat.com/
> > In email conversations with EST, they indicated that it would be
> > for them to compile their driver for latest Ubuntu, but they had no
> > interest in doing that for just an individual user. Having their
> > driver included in a current release of Ubuntu might make this more
> > interesting to them because more people would buy zero clients using
> > their chip then.
> > There is also a need for a Linux driver for the SMSC usb to VGA
> > UFX6000. The Userful driver has too many proprietary Userful
> > dependencies to redistribute for Ubuntu (the nhci driver mentioned
> > above does not have Userful dependencies when installed on bare
> CentOS 7.
> > -Lawrence E.Boothby, Portland, Oregon, USA
> This is completely off-topic and not relevant to the DVD ISO build
> failure. The reason for the failure has already been identified,
> and it
> has nothing to do with anything you posted.
> I hope this was intended for a different thread in a different mailing
> list and ended up here by mistake, otherwise this could be spam.
> This is
> the Ubuntu Studio Developers list, which is the multimedia creation
> flavor of Ubuntu. You may have intended this for the main Ubuntu
> Developers list.
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