[LAU] Re : zyn/yoshimi on EEE netbook

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Wed Nov 11 21:23:46 EST 2009

Folderol wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Nov 2009 20:18:24 +0100
> Frank Neumann <beachnase at web.de> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> I'd just like to chime in here -
>> Josh Lawrence <hardbop200 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> [..]
>>> first blush, things are looking good but there are xruns all over the
>>> place, so I installed the linux-rt kernel from the ubuntu repos.
>>> eventually, yoshimi zombies, so I reboot into my new kernel.
>>> zombies at every patch switch.  adjusted the OscilSize just for
>>> giggles, but it didn't do any good.  my only thoughts at this point is
>>> that this netbook just might be too little power for this application.
>> I have been trying every 5 or so updates of yoshimi in the last weeks, and for
>> me it's similar to Josh's experiences:
>> - On an Asus eeePC Netbook, I can set up things fine and can also play the default
>>   Sine sound, but normally within a few patch change clicks, yoshimi zombifies.
>> - On an AMD64 2-core desktop PC, after setting things up the first MIDI event
>>   received by yoshimi already causes the zombie..so no sound at all here.
> This is very strange. I am running on an AMD dual core desktop machine
> and stability is exceptional. However I'm not running ubuntu. I am
> running 64studio 3 beta with some debian squeeze enhancements.

That reminded me (completely unrelated to the original posters's 
question) - I downloaded US beta 3, K3B only wants to burn it onto a CD 
but then announces that its burning more than the official capacity ... 
and completely refuses to offer an option to burn it to a DVD ...

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