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Old 10-19-2008, 10:39 AM
Alfons Verreijt
 
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> 1. Re: Windows network gone - I can no longer see it. (Daniel Caleb)
> 2. ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be done????
> (Alfons Verreijt)
> 3. Re: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be
> done???? (Gustin Johnson)
> 4. Re: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be
> done???? (Susan Cragin)
> 5. Re: Premiere Pro (simone-www.io-lab.org)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2008 12:14:23 -0400
> From: Daniel Caleb <danielcaleb@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Windows network gone - I can no longer see it.
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
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> Try the LMHOSTS method as well, that seems to tie up the holes in windows
> workgroup. I've noticed really erratic behavour with Windows networks, and
> I've never really figured out the tricks to it.
>
> Usually the way I get around in windows networks, and this is on a windows
> machine as well - not just from a *nix machine - is to use the IP address:
>
> 192.168.102.2 hesharenamesomefolder
>
> and as Christopher pointed out, smb: is usually the protocol from a nix
> machine, which can also be done from a terminal. It's kind of clunky, but it
> works. I've also had fairly good success with smb4k.
>
> Daniel
>
> On Friday 17 October 2008 11:24:43 Christopher Stamper wrote:
>
>> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 7:50 AM, aYo Binitie
>>
> <ayobinitie@googlemail.com>wrote:
>
>>> I'm trying to access Windows shares, on a windows workgroup.
>>> That's all
>>>
>> I'm seriously out of touch with SMB these days. If you were using Redhat, 5
>> years ago, I could maybe help you.
>>
>> Try typing "smb://computer/share' into the file browser (nautilus). Maybe
>> that would work??
>>
>> I'm sure someone here can help.
>>
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> From: Alfons Verreijt <info@zangtechniek.nl>
> Subject: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be done????
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> today I bought an acer aspire one 501. Unfortunatley on XP, I would love
> to have it dual boot to ubuntu studio as well. I can use my audio app
> reaper perfectly in XP, but I would prefer to have the small laptop to
> have xubuntu studio or soemthing similar.
>
> Any problems regarding rt kernel? Can i anticipate wifi to be working?
> And onboard sound?
>
> Anyone who did this succesfully?
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> Alfons
>
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>> 2. Premiere Pro (Litus Mayol i Ricart)
>> 3. Re: Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 18, Issue 30 (Gustin Johnson)
>> 4. Re: Windows network gone - I can no longer see it.
>> (Steven Davies-Morris)
>> 5. Re: Windows network gone - I can no longer see it. (aYo Binitie)
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>> Message: 1
>> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 09:00:39 -0400
>> From: Mac <suemac@empire.net>
>> Subject: Re: Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 18, Issue 30
>> To: ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com
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>>
>>> Message: 3
>>> Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2008 14:53:56 +0300
>>> From: Janne Jokitalo <astraljava@kapsi.fi>
>>> Subject: Re: Studio rt kernel install woes
>>> To: ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com
>>> Message-ID: <20081017115356.GA24549@lakka.kapsi.fi>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>>>
>>> Mac,
>>>
>>> please don't top-post replies, breaks the logic-chain. (re-ordered the post for your
>>> convenience)
>>>
>>> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 07:28:38AM -0400, suemac@empire.net wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 21:03:19 -0400
>>>> From: "Cory K." <coryisatm@gmail.com>
>>>> Subject: Re: Studio rt kernel install woes
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> I'm sorry but as long as you're trying Hardy *sudo apt-get install
>>>>> linux-rt* is all you need. It will give you everything -generic has.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Cory,
>>>>
>>>> Are you saying that when I boot after the -rt install it should look like
>>>> the -generic?
>>>>
>>>> or that using apt-get instead of synaptic knows some magic that loads
>>>> modules and drivers the the generic knows about?
>>>>
>>>>
>>> What Cory is saying, is that the linux-rt metapackage pulls in all relevant
>>> other packages for running the machine with just as good efficiency than the
>>> -generic does.
>>>
>>> Take a look at it yourself:
>>>
>>> jaska@scapa:~ 14:49:42 $ apt-cache show linux-rt
>>> Package: linux-rt
>>> Priority: optional
>>> Section: multiverse/metapackages
>>> Installed-Size: 52
>>> Maintainer: Ubuntu Kernel Team <kernel-team@lists.ubuntu.com>
>>> Architecture: i386
>>> Source: linux-meta
>>> Version: 2.6.24.21.23
>>> Depends: linux-image-rt (= 2.6.24.21.23), linux-restricted-modules-rt (=
>>> 2.6.24.21.23)
>>> Filename: pool/multiverse/l/linux-meta/linux-rt_2.6.24.21.23_i386.deb
>>> Size: 26486
>>> MD5sum: 0406c65422d2576bf28f2257f63ca907
>>> SHA1: 78904e9eb94291c18647294c79bdd5103b909b9c
>>> SHA256: d82b89ccffc036f34bd47bb634cdf075486c44d456d6aee14b ee9882ee4fbb1b
>>> Description: Complete rt Linux kernel
>>> This package will always depend on the latest complete rt Linux kernel
>>> available.
>>> Bugs: mailto:ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
>>> Origin: Ubuntu
>>>
>>> --
>>> Jaska
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Happy to abide the the list preferences... in 30 years of using lists
>> I've never heard that it mattered. ;-)
>>
>> As for the -rt kernel, sure it gets all the stuff it needs...but, after
>> I put added the -rt kernel my video drivers don't work, my wireless
>> doesn't work, my lan connection doesn't work. (As explained in my
>> earlier posts.)
>>
>> I now after much research and list discussions understand that there may
>> be modules that need to be added to the -rt kernel, which I mistakenly
>> hoped would be sussed out by the -rt install package automatically,
>> since they already reside on the machine.
>>
>> If there is a way to tell the -rt install to do this, I would be very
>> interested. Failing that, when I get back to work on this project I need
>> to figure out how to figure out what was added to the generic kernel and
>> then figure out how to add them to the -rt. At that point I'll probably
>> be asking a lot more questions...
>>
>> Thanks for all the help!
>>
>> Regards,
>> Mac
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 15:33:29 +0200
>> From: "Litus Mayol i Ricart" <litus.mayol12@gmail.com>
>> Subject: Premiere Pro
>> To: "Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion"
>> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Message-ID:
>> <e06e2f9b0810180633m1cdbe661w7a2b1bea11f8ed3@mail. gmail.com>
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>> Hi mates!
>>
>> I'm studying an audiovisual degree. Now I'm starting to use "*Premier Pro*"
>> for editing films. I would like to know if there's any program there that
>> can do the same. I've heard about *Cinelarra* but if there's any other I'd
>> like to know it, in the purpose of test a pair of programs, compare and then
>> decide which one I prefer.
>>
>> Does anyone know any other film editing program?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> *--
>> Carles Mayol i Ricart*
>>
>> Rocker, socialdemocrata, independentista, cul?, republic?, ubuntaire i
>> cat?lic
>> *~-AMANI?[ser la 6a part d'alguna cosa]*
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>> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:10:32 -0600
>> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
>> Subject: Re: Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 18, Issue 30
>> To: suemac@empire.net, Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
>> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
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>> Mac wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Happy to abide the the list preferences... in 30 years of using lists
>>> I've never heard that it mattered. ;-)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> One more tip, if you are actively engaging in a topic, it might be
>> better to switch off the digest mode. Your thread is pretty fragmented
>> which makes it harder to follow. I may be asking questions that you
>> answered already.
>>
>>
>>
>>> As for the -rt kernel, sure it gets all the stuff it needs...but, after
>>> I put added the -rt kernel my video drivers don't work, my wireless
>>> doesn't work, my lan connection doesn't work. (As explained in my
>>> earlier posts.)
>>>
>>>
>> The video makes sense if you have an nVidia or ATI video card. THe
>> wireless makes sense if you were using ndiswrapper. The LAN does not
>> really make sense.
>>
>> It would be a good idea to post the output if lspci. You do not need
>> any flags to get me the information I am looking for.
>>
>>
>>> I now after much research and list discussions understand that there may
>>> be modules that need to be added to the -rt kernel, which I mistakenly
>>> hoped would be sussed out by the -rt install package automatically,
>>> since they already reside on the machine.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> The kernels have the same modules. Where things get complicated is with
>> binary only (aka proprietary) drivers and driver hacks (ndiswrapper is a
>> good example of a dirty hack). These will probably not be handled
>> automatically. Chances are you had to do something to get them to work
>> in the first place. You may have had to install the restricted drivers
>> package (or you may have been prompted).
>>
>> This makes choosing hardware more important than ever, IMO.
>>
>>
>>
>>> If there is a way to tell the -rt install to do this, I would be very
>>> interested. Failing that, when I get back to work on this project I need
>>> to figure out how to figure out what was added to the generic kernel and
>>> then figure out how to add them to the -rt. At that point I'll probably
>>> be asking a lot more questions...
>>>
>>>
>> First things first, what hardware have you got? Give us the output from
>> lspci please.
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>> Message: 4
>> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:36:05 -0700
>> From: Steven Davies-Morris <sdavmor@systemstheory.net>
>> Subject: Re: Windows network gone - I can no longer see it.
>> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
>> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Message-ID: <48FA3AA5.1070406@systemstheory.net>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8; format=flowed
>>
>> Gustin Johnson wrote:
>>
>>
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>>> aYo Binitie wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> I'm trying to access Windows shares, on a windows workgroup.
>>>> That's all
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Forget the GUI tool for now (we are troubleshooting now)
>>>
>>> - From the command line:
>>>
>>> smbclient -L //computername -U username
>>>
>>> The computer name is the name of the computer you are connecting
>>> to. The username is one that exists on the target machine.
>>>
>>> If you get an error like this: failed (Error
>>> NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME)
>>>
>>> then that means that name resolution is broken. There are two
>>> solutions (technically 3):
>>>
>>> 1) create entries in /etc/hosts that map names to ip addresses 1B)
>>> Set up a DNS server to do name lookups. This is what I do but some
>>> people find this scary and it is an overkill solution. 2) connect
>>> with IP addresses
>>>
>>> So, instead of a name, use the IP address smbclient -L
>>> //192.168.0.100 -U username
>>>
>>> Also, in my house I map all the network drives. So on windows
>>> machines all network shares get drive letters, under linux they get
>>> mount points (as defined in /etc/fstab or whatever GUI front end
>>> you use). Relying on the workgroup browser is a bad idea, even in
>>> a purely windows network. I have had a home network long before I
>>> got into Linux in the '90s so this approach is born of years of
>>> hard earned experience.
>>>
>>>
>> Wow! Gustin, you beat me quite convincingly to the punch. I got in
>> very late last night and saw this but was too tired to reply. That's
>> a very concise explanation of what the OP needs to do.
>>
>> I have all the local IPs defined in the /etc/hosts on each *nix box,
>> along with the name of the machine. That way I can access by either
>> IP addy or name.
>>
>> Here's my local /etc/hosts:
>>
>> sdavmor@spock:~$ cat /etc/hosts
>> 127.0.0.1 localhost
>> 127.0.1.1 spock
>> ##
>> ## Other static IP computers on this network
>> 192.168.0.88 ##spare
>> 192.168.0.89 ##spare
>> 192.168.0.90 UBtestbed #Ubuntu development
>> 192.168.0.91 RHtestbed #Red Hat development
>> 192.168.0.92 jedi #Trevor WinXP
>> 192.168.0.93 naruto #Ian WinXP
>> 192.168.0.94 hitchcock #Media center Ubuntu Hardy
>> 192.168.0.95 abbeyroad #DAW WinXP/Ubuntu Hardy
>> 192.168.0.96 ##spare
>> 192.168.0.97 spock #SDM Ubuntu Intrepid
>> 192.168.9.98 parrothead #Sandy WinXP
>> 192.168.0.99 dmz #FTP & printer server Win2K
>> ##
>> ## addresses 192.168.0.100-120 are reserved for DHCP assigned
>> ## by the D-Link DIR-615 wireless router.
>> ##
>> ## The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
>> ::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
>> fe00::0 ip6-localnet
>> ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix
>> ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
>> ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
>> ff02::3 ip6-allhosts
>>
>> I am currently having a problem reaching "naruto" and "jedi" from the
>> systems that are *nix based. But not from the other Windows boxes. The
>> two PCs in question are my sons' Windows XP systems which have been
>> recently upgraded with Trendnet Wireless "N" cards, and just upgraded
>> with WinXP service pack 3. I can't ping them by name or IP address,
>> and get the NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME error when doing a smbclient -L
>> //machinename -U username at either target. That will be a project
>> for Sunday morning, while the dog, the NFL and I have the place to
>> ourselves.
>>
>>
>
>
>
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> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 18:20:48 -0600
> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
> Subject: Re: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be
> done????
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> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Alfons Verreijt wrote:
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>> today I bought an acer aspire one 501. Unfortunatley on XP, I would love
>> to have it dual boot to ubuntu studio as well. I can use my audio app
>> reaper perfectly in XP, but I would prefer to have the small laptop to
>> have xubuntu studio or soemthing similar.
>>
>> Any problems regarding rt kernel? Can i anticipate wifi to be working?
>> And onboard sound?
>>
>> Anyone who did this succesfully?
>>
>>
> I am using xubuntu on my Aspire One. I added 1GB of RAM for a total of
> 1.5GB. I am not using the RT kernel. The 1.6Ghz Atom feels more like
> a P3 800 in terms of performance. As capable as this machine is, it is
> not really a replacement for a regular laptop or desktop.
>
> Hth,
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 21:49:02 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
> From: Susan Cragin <susancragin@earthlink.net>
> Subject: Re: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be
> done????
> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
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> Wifi did not automatically work for me. I am used to running network-manager-gnome but this did not automatically install.
> Once I apt-got this package, wifi was fine.
>
> -----Original Message-----
>
>> From: Gustin Johnson <gustin@echostar.ca>
>> Sent: Oct 18, 2008 8:20 PM
>> To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Subject: Re: ubuntu studio on acer aspire one 501....can it be done????
>>
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>> Alfons Verreijt wrote:
>>
>>> today I bought an acer aspire one 501. Unfortunatley on XP, I would love
>>> to have it dual boot to ubuntu studio as well. I can use my audio app
>>> reaper perfectly in XP, but I would prefer to have the small laptop to
>>> have xubuntu studio or soemthing similar.
>>>
>>> Any problems regarding rt kernel? Can i anticipate wifi to be working?
>>> And onboard sound?
>>>
>>> Anyone who did this succesfully?
>>>
>>>
>> I am using xubuntu on my Aspire One. I added 1GB of RAM for a total of
>> 1.5GB. I am not using the RT kernel. The 1.6Ghz Atom feels more like
>> a P3 800 in terms of performance. As capable as this machine is, it is
>> not really a replacement for a regular laptop or desktop.
>>
>> Hth,
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2008 04:10:32 +0100
> From: simone-www.io-lab.org <cimo75@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Premiere Pro
> To: "Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion"
> <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
> Message-ID:
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> i ve recently and happily used kdenlive for editing, avidemux for
> format switch and
> qdvdauthor or varsha for authoring
> Simone
>
> 2008/10/18 Litus Mayol i Ricart <litus.mayol12@gmail.com>:
>
>> Hi mates!
>>
>> I'm studying an audiovisual degree. Now I'm starting to use "Premier Pro"
>> for editing films. I would like to know if there's any program there that
>> can do the same. I've heard about Cinelarra but if there's any other I'd
>> like to know it, in the purpose of test a pair of programs, compare and then
>> decide which one I prefer.
>>
>> Does anyone know any other film editing program?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> Carles Mayol i Ricart
>>
>> Rocker, socialdemocrata, independentista, cul?, republic?, ubuntaire i
>> cat?lic
>> ~-AMANI?[ser la 6a part d'alguna cosa]
>>
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>>
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>
>
>
xubuntu on my acer would be fine. How can I do that without cddrive? Can
anyone give me a url where I can see how to make a bootable usb disk
with a live xubuntu?

Is there anyone who tried the rt kernel on the acer?

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Old 10-19-2008, 05:59 PM
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> xubuntu on my acer would be fine. How can I do that without cddrive? Can
> anyone give me a url where I can see how to make a bootable usb disk
> with a live xubuntu?

I used a USB DVD/CD RW/R (well for the install, I jury rigged a solution
using a USB hard drive enclosure and my old burner). If you don't have
access to one of these, try google, there seem to be a bunch of pages
detailing how to do this. I personally did not have much success with
this method, but then I did not try for very long.

> Is there anyone who tried the rt kernel on the acer?

No and I do not plan to. IMO this is not useful, but you are free to try.

I just use the Acer to periodically record audio. From there I do all
the processing on another machine that has the horsepower.
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