ronan at jouchet.fr
Tue Mar 29 16:18:44 UTC 2011
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 12:07 PM, Mike Holstein <mikeh789 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Timothy Cook <
> timothywayne.cook at gmail.com> wrote:
>> When beginning a fresh install of Ubuntu Studio (Natty Alpha 3) Network
>> detection fails.
>> I only have Wifi network connectivity where I am now. So I am concerned
>> that Wifi is not enabled by default in Studio. This means that if I install
>> it as a fresh install I will not be able to complete installation/upgrades.
>> Is this correct? I hope not. :)
>> this is an ongoing concern, and i believe the plan is to include the
> default gnome network manager in ubuntustudio 11.04, which will ease wifi
> setup in general *after* installation... there are other debates going on
> about the installer and potentially changing to a live installer which would
> ease the process of having wifi at install, but introduce other potentially
> unwanted changes in the installation process... this would not happen til
> 12.04 though at the earliest... would you like to see a normal ubuntu LIVE
> style DVD installation disc for ubuntustudio? the task selection is the big
> thing we would lose by going with this, and its not something we would want
> to change again... IF this change were implemented, it would need to be
> something we stick with for 2+ years i say (at least)..
Are the concerns that originally led to not using network-manager (nm) gone?
(for the record IIRC, difficulties to have concurrent wifi and lowlatency
AFAIK the potential impact on realtime audio still exist: in my last
attempts some months ago, it wasn't possible to enable wifi without
compromising xrun-free operation.
Are there any news on this side?
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