Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 73, Issue 23

Alex Armani alex.armani at rocketmail.com
Wed May 22 03:33:41 UTC 2013


Will be doing a 3o min tutorial, 3o min q&a & then a 6o min 
'Buntu 13:o4 live install fest. Party like it's 13:o4!
Then demonstrating for 6o mins at: The Valley Bar,
 Scarborough LUG, North Yorkishire.
32 bit Lubuntu 12:1o on won 16 gig stick
64 bit Studio distribution 13:o4 on t'other.
GNOME 3.8 ATI Mobility Radeon Graphics 256 Meg
64 bit real time kernel, with all the patches.
Party like it's 13:o4! Ubuntu Studio: Linux for Creative Humans.
Mack Hoss Ecks - aka MacOS X.5 - Linux for morons. ;) 8)
Windows Seven Home premium   - Rubbish.
Android 5.0 on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 - Fantastique!
aka Zulubuntu 4:2o Studio 64 bit kernel - aka Lime Pie pka Jellybean 4:2o
-- 
 Alex Armani - IT Consultant / Digital Musician 
+447972641526 - MYspace.com/Alex.Armani
 www.facebook.com/Alex.Armani.01.UK


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>   1. Re: Running big Open Source applications in the cloud?
>      (Pete Wright)
>   2. Scarllet 8i6 on Ubuntu Studio 13.04 (Abhayadev S)
>   3. [Fwd: [Alsa-user] Roland UA-22 (Duo Capture Ex) in Ubuntu?]
>      (Ralf Mardorf)
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>Message: 1
>Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 12:12:43 -0700
>From: Pete Wright <pnwright at gmail.com>
>To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
>    <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>Subject: Re: Running big Open Source applications in the cloud?
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>Thanks, Hazan, for the good link.
>But all this discussion is still about various pieces of client software
>you run on a local machine no matter where you get it or how you pay for it.
>I am talking about running the software remotely (in the cloud), not on
>local machines, with only data (and commands) passed back and forth.
>>From what I have read so far, Adobe is not talking about that, despite the
>"cloud" in their name for the new iteration of their suite.
>Autodesk has been playing with this concept with very interesting results.
>Their 123D Catch is amazing.
>http://www.123dapp.com/catch
>And here is the "octocopter" capturing the images to make a 3D 123D catch
>of their HQ.
>http://www.gizmag.com/autodesk-octocopter-3d-images/22083/
>You can do this with your cell phone, uploading the pix to 123D catch where
>all the computational heavy lifting is done in the cloud.
>I am looking forward to the day when we can do this all complex tasks, and
>Open Source seems like the best way to go forward.
>Cheers
>Pete
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>On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 9:53 AM, Hazan P?rez <hapk02 at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> I read this interesting article a few days ago, it addresses the Cloud
>> part:
>>
>> http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/raving-over-adobe-creative-cloud-or-using-free-software
>>
>> If you'd like to know more you would have to ask the developers
>> directly.
>>
>> Also, I think that the Software as a Service part of the cloud goes
>> against the principles of the Free Software, I heard RMS say so as
>> well, so I doubt they'll implement it (I saw a few experiments made by
>> the GNOME team in that respect though). As for sync between different
>> devices and the such the article mentions that (that must come from the
>> user though)
>>
>> I hope this helps solve your doubts.
>>
>>
>> El lun 20 may 2013 11:17:32 COT, Pete Wright escribi?:
>> > What, if any, progress is being made to running GIMP, Blender, et all,
>> > in the Cloud? Anybody doing this? If so, how can we help? If not, why
>> not?
>> > Pete
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
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>> Hazan P?rez C.
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>Message: 2
>Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 13:01:29 +0530
>From: Abhayadev S <abhayadevs at gmail.com>
>To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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>Subject: Scarllet 8i6 on Ubuntu Studio 13.04
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>Hi,
>
>Anybody had tried using the Focusrite Scarllet 8i6 on Ubuntu Studio 13.04?
>
>So far it was not supported under ALSA but from 13.04 it seems it is been
>detected and the JACK is able to list out couple of I/Os.
>
>Last day i just booted up a live version of the 13.04 and was bale to do
>couple of i/o routing. Jack lists 8 inputs and 12 outputs. It seems the
>Inputs 1 to 4 (analog mic/line-ins) are listed as Inpiuts 1 to 4 and 2
>SPDIF are 5 and 6. But i am not sure about the 7 and 8. I am getting the
>same SPDIF signal on these inputs too !
>
>The output 1 to 4 are Monitors output (1&2) and extra outputs (3&4) on the
>backside of the box. And 5&6 seems to be SPDIF outputs. Still have 6 more
>outputs to be listed/clarified.
>
>Just going ahead with further analysis and if anybody out there has any
>thing to add on please do so..
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>Regards,
>Abhayadev S
>http://sites.google.com/site/abhayadevs
>http://sites.google.com/site/astudioindia?
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>Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 12:07:49 +0200
>From: Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>
>To: ubuntu-studio-users <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>Cc: Rafa Lafuente <rafalafuente at gmail.com>
>Subject: [Fwd: [Alsa-user] Roland UA-22 (Duo Capture Ex) in Ubuntu?]
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>From: Rafa Lafuente <rafalafuente at gmail.com>
>To: alsa-user at lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: [Alsa-user] Roland UA-22 (Duo Capture Ex) in Ubuntu?
>Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 11:53:44 +0200
>
>Hello, do you know if USB device Roland UA-22 will be supported on
>Ubuntu 12.04?
>I see it is detected in when running lsusb as a Roland device, but it is
>not shown as a Sound card by cat /proc/asound/cards
>
>
>Any help would be really appreciated!
>Thanks
>
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