[linux-audio-user] keeping alsa stable

tim hall tech at glastonburymusic.org.uk
Thu Jan 5 07:39:20 EST 2006

On Wednesday 04 January 2006 22:55, Atte André Jensen was like:
> I thinking about how to make the audio part of my debian/unstable as
> stable (stable as in "not affected by apt-get upgrades in a bad way") as
> possible. I'm using the realtime kernel from demudi which should provide
> ost of alsa. And csound5 is compiled in different dirs (not installed)
> so I can switch version simply by changing a symlink. To get that out of
> the equation I run directly on top of alsa without jack.
> Now what I'd like to know is how much of alsa is updated through apt-get
> update from unstable? And how key are these parts to my simple setup?
> Are there ways to keep the system more stable than what I have?

Possibly by using other packages from DeMuDi (1.3 - 'etch' compatible branch)?

tim hall

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