[LAU] New AV Linux Kernel Repository now public!
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Wed Apr 6 17:45:40 UTC 2016
Thanks, I'm afraid there is not a detailed package list yet, I used to put
that stuff in the User Manual but with constant changes of version numbers
I stopped doing that. There are FAR less applications on this LiveDVD than
AV Linux 6 because I don't feel comfortable putting stuff on there I'm not
personally familiar with. My choices have nothing to do with FLOSS or
not-FLOSS or whether the developer is a friend or not. It is simply a
collection of mature well-tested stuff I am fairly familiar with with
enough variety to give a new Linux user a good 'taste-test'.
Here is a rough list..
DAWs/Sound Editing: Ardour 4.7, Harrison Mixbus Demo 3.2, Audacity
Standalones: Calf Host, Carla, Guitarix, SetBfree
Drum Tools: Hydrogen, Shuriken Beat Slicer
Sampling: Polyphone, Built-in SFZ and H2 Thunar Custom Action scripts
Plugins: Too many to list all of the common usual FLOSS stuff including
Video Editors: Cinelerra, Kdenlive, Openshot, Handbrake, SimpleScreenRecorder
plus: Properly set up JACK1 loopback, massive developer-friendly
environment and dependencies, 84 page included User Manual
Hope that answers for now :)
Best to you, Glen
Hermann Meyer wrote:
> Am 06.04.2016 um 19:11 schrieb Glen MacArthur:
>> Just passing along that we are making our AV Linux RT kernel repository
>> public. Current users of AV Linux 2016 have this set up by default, it
>> be of interest to users of Debian Jessie and up and perhaps Ubuntu users
>> although we haven't tested Ubuntu specifically so feedback is needed.
>> Full story here: http://bandshed.net/forum/index.php?topic=3719.0
> Hi Glen
> Regarding the latest AV linux release, first, congratulations.
> Second, is there a software list, of the included apps on the LIVE DVD
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