christopherstamper at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 18:14:38 BST 2008
Sounds like an excellent idea!
But I have no idea how you would do it.
(Is compiz included normally?)
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 9:22 AM, Daniel Green <octoberdan at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been trying to lure my producer friend away from Windows and
> Ableton Live and towards UbuntuStudio and Ardour2. However, I want to
> eliminate the need for post-install tweaking (like setting up the
> realtime kernel and memory locking permissions). I also wanted to
> experiment with a "pure" jack environment where jack (and the
> connection kit) start up by default and applications are already
> configured to use it. As this is intended for a machine devoted only
> to recording and production, I'd also want to do some streamlining.
> For starters, no compiz or effects (the ubuntustudio theme, however,
> is a necessity). I would also like to assemble a collection of online
> tutorials and documentation and store them locally as the machine will
> not have internet access. I'd love to get him on the bandwagon! If
> all else fails, at least this will be a fantastic learning experience.
> So now I'm trying to figure out the best approach to delivering this
> little abomination I have planned. Ideally it'll be something that
> others can benefit from as well...
> I look forward to hearing your suggestions and feedback,
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