ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Apr 27 11:28:06 UTC 2011
On Wed, 2011-04-27 at 11:44 +1000, Dave The Happy Singer wrote:
> I find it easier to install vanilla Ubuntu, then the Ubuntu Studio
> metapackages over the top.
I installed a Ubuntu Studio that is a PITA.
I installed Edubuntu, then the needed Ubuntu Studio packages and it is
working like a charm ... not by default, regarding to some well known X
issues and a missing RT-kernel.
Anyway, I still have some issues.
- Most of the times I manually need to run 'pon dsl-provoider' after
- The mouse-wheel almost never works
- S/PDIF doesn't work
- even turning off pulseaudio completely kept some issues
- The kernels default frequency scaling does automatically change from
'performance' to 'ondemand' after a session was started. A no go,
because for a lot of audio apps this will cause xruns, even without
CPU load + without much use of the memory.
I'm not fine with obsolet audio apps for a Studio distro, e.g. the
oldish envy24 control instead of mudita.
On Tue, 2011-04-26 at 18:27 +0100, Anthony Hall wrote:
> It has to be said.. Ubuntu Studio is by far and away the best
> operating system Ive ever used. [snip]
> Im actually installing it right now on whats going to be my new Home
> Theatre PC.
That's the problem with Ubuntu Studio for me. It might be a very good
consumer OS for a Theatre PC, but it needs a lot of tweaking to become a
OS for productions. Of course, I'm talking about at least about
sophisticated home recording, where zero jitter and proper sync etc. is
Missing WLAN = missing additional electric smog definitively isn't an
issue for a studio distro, because such stuff IMO has no business in an
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