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Thu Jun 14 00:35:25 BST 2007
Karlheinz, I managed installing and running Xubuntu in an old Pentium MMX (233 Mhz!). Right, it was not that wow performance, but it ran at least...
Now, for video and audio applications, I think it might de difficult to run, because those applications are just memory and resource eaters... :-)
Karlheinz Noise <khzmusik at hotmail.com> escreveu: >Please, your processor is awfull - you never going to make it. You
>really need at least Pentium4 with 1 G memory. Then you can expect
>There are some Linux distros to work on that prcosessor, try them, but
>forget audio or video programs
So, let me get this straight - the computer I've been using for mastering,
for years now, using Win2K, is too old to use with LINUX? You're telling me
I cant even install the OS on the machine?
That seems hard to believe. My impression was that Linux was much more
resource-friendly than Windows of any flavor.
In any case, this isn't going to be my "work" machine. I'm buying a new
computer to put in the studio, I just wanted to learn the software before I
jumped in and made the switch. And since this computer is a hair's breath
away from being a doorstop, I figured I'd use it for training wheels.
On a different subject - does the Ubuntu Studio installation allow for a
dual-boot? Or do you have to use a third-party OS loader and put Win/Linux
on seperate partitions?
Sorry for the newbie questions.
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