[LAU] [FFADO-devel] [ANN] FFADO 2.0 Release Candidate 1 (1.999.40) available

Pieter Palmers pieterp at joow.be
Mon Nov 24 03:32:07 EST 2008

Grammostola Rosea wrote:
> Pieter Palmers wrote:
>> Hi,
>> The FFADO team is proud to announce the first release candidate for 
>> FFADO 2.0.
>> This release candidate is intended to collect feedback about the library 
>> under wide-spread usage. The code should be free of major bugs.
>> We are looking for packagers that are interested in creating packages 
>> for their favorite distribution. Please contact us if you can help us 
>> out with this.
>> Release and download information:
>> http://www.ffado.org/?q=release/rc1
>> Currently, the installation options are:
>> * manual build from source
>>    [http://www.ffado.org/?q=release/rc1]
>> * semi-automatic build from source into a 'sandbox'
>>    [http://subversion.ffado.org/wiki/SandboxInstalls]
>> * APT repository for Ubuntu Gutsy and Hardy (possibly others)
>>    [http://www.ffado.org/?q=release/apt]
>> Please test and report issues at our TRAC at http://subversion.ffado.org/
>> or at the mailing list (ffado-devel at lists.sourceforge.net). Please take
>> note of http://subversion.ffado.org/wiki/WritingGoodTickets when
>> reporting bugs.
>> We ask all users of FreeBoB that are not yet testing FFADO to try this
>> release candidate. Note that FFADO can co-exist with FreeBoB without any
>> problems, so you can revert back to your original setup very easily.
>> Enjoy,
>> Pieter Palmers
>> ffado.org
>> _
> Thanks.
> It would be more logic imho if there will be a apt repo for Hardy 
> instead of Gutsy... Hardy is more recent and an LTS version...

Indeed. But I still run gutsy, which is why I built gutsy packages.

I would be glad to setup a hardy/intrepid/... repo, but it's not easy if 
you don't have it installed. Is it?


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