[LAU] Re : zyn/yoshimi on EEE netbook

Roger gurusonic at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 00:26:09 EST 2009

david wrote:
> 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 ...
That's a bug I've noticed before. If you right-click on the .iso you 
only get the option to burn to CD. If you open K3b first, select "Burn 
DVD iso" then navigate to the .iso and select it, all should be well.


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