[linux-audio-user] Jack 0.95 Mandrake 10.0 Rc1, Kernel 2.6.2, alsa, etc...
hanaghan at starband.net
Sun Mar 21 22:53:59 EST 2004
On Sun, 2004-03-21 at 12:10, Austin Acton wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-03-19 at 12:44, Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> > > With respect to dependencies on new software are the contrib or cooker
> > > mirrors the best place to get RPM's for 10.0?
> I don't understand your question. 10 is the latest stable release.
> Cooker is the development version (to be 10.1). Contrib is a separate
> repository of good rpms but that are unsupported by MandrakeSoft.
> Don't mix cooker RPMs with stable releases. Run one or the other.
My point was this: I hate building from source...never seems to go right
without hours of digging for extra stuff. Hence, I rely heavily on rpms.
I usually set up a "contrib" mirror and also Thacs rpms. 10.0 is
new...on the contrib mirrors, the versions of Ardour, jack, etc are
usually behind. (I know you invest a lot of time into producing these
for Mandrake users and I'm quite sure your busy) Often the Cooker
versions are later versions...
I usually try not to mix them...but in a pinch, sometimes that has
worked for me.
> > > Is the stuff on Mandrake Club current including DAW apps? If it is maybe
> > > I should pay up and support Mandrake. (I have bought box sets from them
> > > before)
> There's not much on Mandrake Club that you can't get elsewhere. The
> club is mainly intended to be a way for people who can't buy the CDs to
> contribute to the company. You can volunteer to help and get a free
> membership, or you can buy a membership.
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