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Old 12-04-2009, 06:20 AM
Ricardo Lameiro
 
Default Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 32, Issue 2

There is only one thing I do not understand.
why are people wanting PROFESSIONALY graded software, If they dont want to learn and how to use it????

IF it is PRO, IT IS OBVIOUS that it will have a lot of function. I think people ask to much... OR it is simple or it is pro. there is little more you can add up in here

unless you are talking about garageband...... well maybe a lot of people thing that is pro software........

to have the system running for pro setting, "THAT youCAN'T have in Windoze, for example, needs teawking, Comand line etc... and it is good. it is easiar to say write this on the cli, than say go to meu, applications, acessories, text editor and open the file located in /...../..

or just $sudo cat /hjjkhdss/sdsdf/sdfsdfsd the thing ???

tell me now what is more easy...... not the more graphic, but easy..

just to point out an opinion share by a lot of user on the IRC channel....


2009/12/4 Brian King <baking666@gmail.com>




On Tue, 2009-12-01 at 11:58 -0600, stereoplegic wrote:

> Try installing the standard Ubuntu kernel. I've had issues w/ the RT

> kernel since 8.10. Jack works fine for me w/o the RT kernel (YMMV, I'm

> running w/ 3GB of RAM).

>

Well I'll be buggered sideways! It works perfectly! You are an absolute

star....... thank you.





Yes Jack works well with 2.6.31 kernel in non rt mode....yes you get a few xruns but it can be productive in nonrt mode...for some jack apps...i find I can accept some latency with midi keyboard and ardour records ok....just got to allow for it...I do believe some users don't even realize they are in non rt mode and accept the latency as acceptable.....but coming from 2.5msec latency you can definitely hear the difference...but still 2.6.31 kernel has come along way since 2.6.26 days :-) *


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