On Sun, 2011-06-19 at 19:05 +0000,
> > For audio I recommend http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/start
> Is that a distro?
No, it's the Linux audio community.
> Well, it seems they list a similar set of Linux distributions,
> I mean,
> similar than Wikipedia's:
Correct, it's outdated too, but you can assume that manpower will be
focused to edit this Wiki and not the tons of other outdated Wikis.
> And how about Ubuntu Studio? Have tou tested it?
The maintainers have got outstanding abilities, but at the moment I
can't recommend to use it, since they need to go the Ubuntu way, that
means it's harder to set up a DAW, than it is for Debian, e.g. because
it ships with PulseAudio. It's not specific for audio usage, no
real-time capable kernel etc.. Perhaps AV Linux is a good choice if
people prefer 32-bit architecture and if people are comfortable using a
RPM based distro, Planet CCRMA might be a good choice.
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