[ubuntu-studio-users] [ubuntu-studio-devel] 32 bit studio version for poor Americans and third world countries?

Flemming flem at Bjerke.dk
Sat Mar 28 09:05:40 UTC 2020

I should like to thank the ubuntu-studio-developers for their
extraordinary good work. For the time being, I do not use all the
refined software, but use ubuntu-studio for everyday purposes. But, I
prefer ubuntu-studio, because as to my experience, you have hit a very
fine balance of simple userinterface, easy adaption, stability and good
hardware recognition.

Thank you, very much!!!


On 28.03.2020 03.48, Erich Eickmeyer wrote:
> Hello,
> On 3/27/20 7:23 PM, Hallowed willSilence wrote:
>> Hi. I am Wonders. i wonder all day and am very interested in your work
>> on the studio project and would like to know if there will be a studio
>> 18.04 lts version for the third world on 32 bit machines? Thanks so
>> much for all you do!
>> -Wonders
> Ubuntu Studio 18.04 CD images can be found here: 
> http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/releases/18.04/release/. PLEASE
> NOTE: Ubuntu Studio is not developed for low-end hardware or to
> resurrect old machines, as the software that is included is intended to
> run on high-end, relatively fast machines.
> As such, 18.04 was the last version to be released for 32-bit machines
> and reached End-Of-Life in January 2019. We extended support via our
> Ubuntu Studio Backport PPA
> (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/BackportsPPA), but 18.04
> will receive no more support from that PPA (and anyone in Ubuntu) after
> April 2021. This means you have just over a year to use that computer
> with Ubuntu Studio.
> Additionally, you emailed the wrong list for technical support. The list
> you emailed (ubuntu-studio-devel at lists.ubuntustudio.org) is intended for
> developers to collaborate with each other. In the future, please use
> askubuntu.com for technical support questions.
> I hope this helps, but please contact the correct support methods in the
> future (listed at ubuntustudio.org/support).
> ----
> Erich Eickmeyer
> Project Leader
> Ubuntu Studio
> ubuntustudio.org

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