What exactley is Ubuntu Studio related and what not? Was: Ubuntu Studio 11.10 repositories + an Ubuntu providing WLAN spport
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Sun Feb 12 11:37:10 UTC 2012
On Sun, 2012-02-12 at 13:21 +0200, Janne Jokitalo wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 01:32:12AM +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > I'm missing a mailing list for Mint, so I join a German forum. I
> > installed Mint Lisa - KDE 64-bit. KDE freeze after login and Xfce
> > doesn't show nm-applet. Changing the mouse cursor theme doesn't work.
> > Haven't installed Ubuntu Studio meta packages until now. Perhaps I
> > should test what happens, when Ubuntu Studio themes are installed. Does
> > 11.10 already include Xfce?
> I am a little puzzled, over here. What does a Mint installation (and its
> problems) have to do with Ubuntu Studio? We will not provide any official
> support for such a combo, so I would suggest you find some elsewhere, for I do
> not wish to encourage this sort of behaviour on our official support forums.
> Thanks for understanding!
It was in reply to an answer of a request I did regarding to the usage
of Mint Lisa with Ubuntu Studio meta packages.
My intension is to get a new DAW, since my old one is Edubuntu 10.10 +
Ubuntu Studio meta packages.
Note that I join a German forum regarding to Mint, but also note that
Ubuntu is Ubuntu is Ubuntu.
IMO your wish isn't a wise wish. E.g. what has got an Android tablet to
do with Ubuntu Studio, or much more worse, an iPad 2?
Please understand that usage of a production setup has to do with
several needs and different gear needs to work together. And again,
regarding to Mind Lisa, it's Oneric, Ubuntu Studio meta packages are
part of the official Ubuntu repositories.
Who is allowed to do requests on this list?
Since Kubuntu still is Canonical I suspect they are allowed. But as soon
as Kubuntu becomes a community project, AFAIK it will lose it's
"membership" at Canonical. Are Kubuntu users still allowed to do
I can unsubscribe, no prob, but reconsider if your thinking is wise.
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