[LAU] A Linux Audio distro that can keep up?
brummer- at web.de
Sat Aug 30 02:03:37 EDT 2008
Am Samstag, 30. August 2008 00:18:19 schrieb Darren Landrum:
> I'm beginning to suspect that it's impossible to keep an audio distro up
> to date, and that I'll have to do it manually. Arch64 has a great
> system, but their precompiled binaries are very vanilla, and the user
> "experience" felt very patched together. It was a chore to do very basic
> things, like access my DVD-R (it could only do so in root).
> I love how polished Ubuntu is, but keeping some software packages up to
> date is a chore. I don't think I'm getting around it, though. I just
> wish I could figure out why I can't compile vamp-sdk, or why it is I
> need that to compile Rubber Band to begin with.
> I think what I'm going to do is make a list of software to remove from
> my system, and then simply keep up on that software manually, and hope I
> can keep it all working.
> -- Darren
I am realy happy with sidux. It's allway's up to date (rolling release) and I
never have a prob with compile the app I wont. Also the rt-kernel is allways
up to date.
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