On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 09:29:15 +0300
Asmo Koskinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ming kirjoitti:
> > http://www.studio-to-go.com/
> > Have the ubuntu-studio developers had a look at that one?
> > It's bootable (live CD), and it seemed that its full-version is
> > going to be available for free
> To me it seems that there is no security fixes or updates for that
> > I tried it yesterday, and it recognized my Saffire LE like magic
> Of course, because Saffire is supprted by ffado project.
> "Focusrite has donated us a Saffire Pro 26 I/O and a Saffire.
> This means that now their entire range is upgraded to the 'supported'
> status, since the Pro10 is a derivative of the Pro26 and the Saffire
> LE is a derivative of the Saffire.
> Kudos to Focusrite (& Nick and Lars in particular)."
> So why not Ubuntu Studio, too?
> BTW - I just bought Zoom H2, works very nicely as usb microphone with
> Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.
I think that it is derived from debian and gets their upgrades.
ffado isn't released yet, afaik, so it doesn't really surprise me that
it's not yet included in debian/ubuntu.
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