[LAU] A Linux Audio distro that can keep up?

Jon H october001 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 29 17:54:41 EDT 2008

I once tried building an audio system using Sidux (which is based on
"stabilizing" debian unstable with some testing thrown in) and a
custom kernel and it worked quite well.  I flipflop around between
distros quite often... always want to try the latest and greatest...
but might be giving that particular combination another shot soon
myself as well.




On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 2:39 PM, Grammostola Rosea
<rosea.grammostola at gmail.com> wrote:
> Darren Landrum wrote:
>> guerrier wrote:
>>> 64Studio http://www.64studio.com/
> I think 64studio isn't always up to date either... that's why I have an
> Debian testing/ unstable mixed system with the 64studio rt kernel...
> But that does mean you have build the whole audio distro yourself...
> Would be nice if there will be a 64studio based on Debian testing...
> Success!
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