ubuntu studio on a netbook?
f.m.gomes at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 18:50:32 GMT 2009
Yes, the SSD might start to have problems earlier, and also the SSD
writing speed is limited. But now most of the Netbooks have a standart
HDD, so this might not be a problem, at least for the majority of the
Netbook owners. I am curious about the processing capability to use as
a home studio PC, but never tried. I have at home two netbooks, but
one has SSD (Acer Aspire One) and the other is my wife Netbook, so I
can't touch it ;-)
I'm using an Energy Efficient Athlon 64 x2 running at 2200MHz, I have
no processing power problems, but I think that it might be too much
for an Atom. But Teza has good results with the Asus 1005HA, so I got
curious to make a test when I have time :-)
Best regards and Happy Christmas!
On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Ricardo Lameiro
<ricardolameiro at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am not sure abaut this, but I ear somewhere that using intensively the
> solidstate HD can destroy some sectors. so working in audio could damage the
> SolidState HD. If you have a normal hard drive i think it is ok.
> Please if I am wrong someone correct me.
> 2009/12/24 teza <tsaliou75 at orange.fr>
>> Hi, I'm running UbunuStudio 9.1O on my Asus 1005HA netbook without any
>> troubles at all, can play guitar with Raccarrack, guitarix and record
>> with Ardour, I can use my usb sound card M audio Fast Track with it
>> running Jack.
>> Atom Smasher a écrit :
>> > aside from a smaller screen, are there any concerns about running
>> > ubuntu-studio on a netbook?
>> > thanks...
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