[linux-audio-user] Great news for JACK & KDE
cannam at all-day-breakfast.com
Fri Nov 21 11:40:07 EST 2003
On Friday 21 Nov 2003 4:30 pm, Daniel James wrote:
> In theory, yes, but has anyone seen KDE running on Solaris or
> anything like that? All the non-Linux platforms running free
> software desktops that I've seen have had GNOME - BSDs users, for
I've seen far more FreeBSD desktops with KDE than with GNOME.
That's the reason Rosegarden-4 still has vestigial aRts support in it,
even though it doesn't actually work properly at the moment --
because it's the only practical possibility of getting RG to work
with sound anywhere other than on Linux. And of course you can run
aRts without running a KDE desktop; I've used it under wmx on BSD.
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