Maverick and Delta 1010lt
ailo.at at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 04:31:50 UTC 2011
On 04/11/2011 06:00 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-04-11 at 04:26 +0200, ailo wrote:
>> nvidia drivers won't work if you use a kernel that is not meant for
>> Maverick. I assume you are using a kernel for another distro.
>> nvidia drivers can be made to work of course. You would either need to
>> build them yourself, or add them manually from a repo that matches the
>> kernel (I would believe), however, I would not recommend you to do this.
> README S13pcmciautils S25brltty S37apparmor S47lm-sensors
> S55urandom S69switch_xorg.conf S70x11-common
> I added S69switch_xorg.conf to switch between two xorg.conf. One for the
> generic Kernel + the proprietary driver added by the repositories and
> another for a self-build preemption real-time kernel:
> #! /bin/sh
> # /etc/rcS.d/Switch_xorg_conf
> rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf
> case $(uname -r) in
> cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf.nv /etc/X11/xorg.conf
> cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf.nvidia /etc/X11/xorg.conf
I believe this might be a little over the top for new users. Just saying..
>> Unfortunately there is a problem in how the ice1712 is presented to
>> pulseaudio. This is why you get no desktop sound, but it should be easy
>> to fix.
>> To copy what Ralf wrote in another post on this list (edit the file
> I guess it doesn't work for Maverick. My Maverick seems to be very good
> for audio production, but I still have to set up countless
> IMO we should get rid of PA.
>>> Ok, so ranting off now.
> I shouldn't switch the distro and you shouldn't switch to Natty.
Why is that?
>> Did you check out envy24control? It is a mixer for ice1712 cards. I
>> recommend to use that.
> I wonder that the successor isn't implemented, anyway, envy24control is
> ok too.
>> There will be no -lowlatency included in Natty's repos. There is one
>> available here: http://launchpad.net/~abogani/+archive/ppa.
>> The -generic kernel is quite good on Natty, and hopefully that will
>> already be enough for many people.
> Is there any information about what a maintainer needs to take care? How
> to crosscompile for different architectures etc.?
> We should rework and collect together solutions for problems. Perhaps
> somebody can post this at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio
> There's no Documentation Team!
There is serious effort being made to redeem the lack of a clean and
comprehensive documentation for Ubuntu Studio. This work should be done
before the release of Ubuntu Studio 11.10. Help is appreciated.
The goal of the documentation aught to be make it as simple as possible
for the user to learn how to use the system for multimedia tasks.
If you write something up, I will be happy to help with editing, even
though my English may not be that much better than yours.
> Unfortunately my English is broken and I don't have that much knowledge,
> but I'm willing to write some workarounds.
> Some people here with more knowledge might write howtos and link to that
> howtos as replies to mails, instead of writing this just in a mails.
> - Ralf
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