Ubuntu Studio 9.10 Karmic Koala

Mac McIlvaine suemac at empire.net
Thu Oct 29 17:28:41 GMT 2009

At Thursday, 29 October 2009, greg loyse <gregoryloyse at gmail.com> wrote:

>FFADO doesn't work with the new firewire stack (called juju):
>FFADO support for the new stack is far in the future:
>My understanding is that if the Ubuntu 9.10 RT kernel was compiled
>using the new stack (you can choose which one when you compile), FFADO
>(and therefore firewire audio devices) won't be supported with this
>If my understanding is correct, doesn't that make packaging FFADO in
>practice redundent?
>I am not a pro so not totally sure I have grasped all the issues here.
>However this is the result of 3 years of owning (and in the main
>failing) to get a Edirl FA-66 device to work.
>On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Eric Hedekar <afterthebeep at gmail.
com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 9:52 AM, Mac McIlvaine <suemac at empire.
net> wrote:
>>> At Thursday, 29 October 2009, you wrote:
>>>>Ubuntu Studio is a multimedia editing/creation flavor of Ubuntu,
>>>>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:
>>>>Studio 9.10 "Karmic Koala". With this release, which you can 
>>>>in a 1.4GB DVD, Ubuntu Studio offers a pre-made selection of 
>>>>targeted at audio producers, video producers and graphic designers.
>>>>Ubuntu Studio greatly simplifies the Linux-based multimedia workstation.

>>> I poked around on the web but haven't found anything definitive.
>>> Is ffado using the new stack with this release?
>>> Mac
>> Unfortunately I believe ffado still is using the old stack (or at
>> least the karmic packages still use the old stack).  But the new 
>> is now in place for when ffado wants to use it.
>> -Eric
>> --

I have the old stack running with 9.0.4 ...I remember having to take 
special steps to replace the juju stack with the old stack. That 
and a special compile of the RT kernel to get xrun free use of my 


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