On 08/08/2012 03:30 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
For the next beta version of Musix 3 we're moving to Wheezy and compiling free/libre kernels. Ken, I think we have some 2.6 rt fot squeeze and 3.x somewhere, if you're still interested. 2012/8/8 david<gnome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:On 08/07/2012 10:10 AM, Folderol wrote:On Tue, 7 Aug 2012 13:07:17 -0700 Ken Restivo<ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I've wiped and reinstalled my old Core2Duo laptop a few times, and long since lost track of where I put the custom 64-bit RT kernel I built for it in 2007. It seems like modern linuxes are using 3.x kernels these days. I don't feel like going through the whole patch/build dance again anymore though. I found one from Musix, but it won't boot on my system. Is there a working/stable debian package for Squeeze or equivalent with a 3.4 kernel or something 3.x? -kenNot used it for audio yet, but am finding wheezy (debian testing) very reliable and fast. It uses a 3.2 kernel.I use it Sid's 3.2 on my desktop PC for audio (much simpler audio stuff than anyone else on this list does), and it works very nicely.However, the first thing I have to do is kick out Gnome :(I installed using Aptosid, the one I downloaded was set up to use XFCE. They also have ones set up to use KDE4. GNOME and LXDE.
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