[linux-audio-user] Unnecessary Services

Bill & Kath Worsfold "Songs" songs at billkath.com
Thu Dec 30 01:34:50 EST 2004

Oh, thank you so much, Andreas! Too bad I didn't know this a few days 
ago, as I've just ordered Mandrake 10.1, and Knoppix 3.7 (Knoppix to try 
on our old computer). I tried Dynebolic, which is apparently a 
specialised music version of Linux, but I couldn't make it work.

I'm a total newbie to Linux, and really want to get it working for doing 
recording (perhaps even mastering, eventually).

Should I get DeMuDi, or can I make the music applications work with 
Mandrake? Is latency the main issue to watch out for, or are there 
others I'm not aware of?

Any advice is much appreciated. Sorry, I haven't understood most of the 
messages since joining this list, but maybe eventually I will (when I 
have got Linux onto my computer).

Kath Worsfold

Andreas Kuckartz wrote:

> Maybe you should install one of the music-oriented Linux distributions such as
> DeMuDi: http://demudi.alioth.debian.org/ (Information about tuning is available
> on that website.)
> Cheers,
> Andreas

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