Ubuntu Studio 9.10 Karmic Koala

Tommy Hjalmarsson tommy.h at bredband.net
Thu Oct 29 16:55:07 GMT 2009

Eric Hedekar skrev:
> Ubuntu Studio is a multimedia editing/creation flavor of Ubuntu, built
> for the GNU/Linux audio, video, and graphics enthusiast or
> professional.  http://www.ubuntustudio.org
> The Ubuntu Studio team is proud to announce its sixth release: Ubuntu
> Studio 9.10 "Karmic Koala". With this release, which you can download
> in a 1.4GB DVD, Ubuntu Studio offers a pre-made selection of packages,
> targeted at audio producers, video producers and graphic designers.
> Ubuntu Studio greatly simplifies the Linux-based multimedia workstation.
> Downloads of the install DVD are available here:
> http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/releases/9.10/release
> For Ubuntu Studio 9.10 we have continued to grow our feature set,
> update packages, and fix critical bugs to better the Ubuntu Studio
> user experience.
> We are happy to announce that the real time kernel will be an official
> upstream release patch.  It will be installed by default if the audio
> task is selected. We have tested it heavily and are very happy with it's
> performance in audio environments.
> Features/Improvements:
>   * Official upstream RT kernel release (i.e. it's very stable)
>   * Font meta package added to the graphics meta, which installs
>     literally hundreds of free fonts
>   * Xwax (http://xwax.co.uk) and a2jmidid (http://home.gna.org/a2jmidid/)
>     packaged and added to the audio meta-package
>   * Xjadeo (http://xjadeo.sourceforge.net/) added to the video meta
>   * Network tools like NetworkManager and Pidgin will be available on
>     the DVD disc repository but not installed by default
>   * Firewire libraries are now upgraded to 2.0
>   * MANY newer versions of applications (Ardour, Gimp, Blender,
>     Inkscape, Audacity, Kino, Scribus, Denemo, Hugin, etc...)
>     for exact versions please see: http://packages.ubuntu.com
> See the Ubuntu release notes for other non Ubuntu Studio specific changes.
> As our wiki page at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio states, "our
> aim is to make it more accessible for new users to get into the tools
> that GNU/Linux has to offer for multimedia creation and production. We
> also want to spotlight what's out there, and show users tools they
> might not know to exist."
> Thanks to all who helped in Ubuntu Studio 9.10's creation!
Is it only me:

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