On 05/31/2011 06:26 AM, Simon Wise wrote:
Where did you get this idea? Ardour2.8.11 w/jack2 works OOTB on
> Definitely DO NOT use http://www.debian-multimedia.org, the changes it
debian-multimedia.org works just fine as additional repo. for squeeze,
wheezy and sid.
Could you please provide an example where it /breaks/ things or produces
> See above, to use jack2, and the huge amount of work done in the last 9
There's some truth to that. but Ralf mentioned earlier that he want to
use jack2 from SVN anyway.
> you can't be using stable, and a
I beg to disagree: I'm running a mixed system
(stable/testing/experimental) without re-installing (just copy it over
to new hardware - i386 architecture) since debian/woody. Apt-pinning
helps a lot and `aptitude` does a great job at resolving dependencies.
I've posted some /etc/apt/ files earlier in this thread.
perfect. >2 years of making music without worrying about the system :)
Well, one can pull in selected "unstable/testing" packages or backports;
usually without updating the bulk of packages.
> for a three year lifespan while "unstable" means changing, volatile,
Now that's concise description.
> I can't help with evolution.
> This is where I find aptosid is useful to install my minimal debian. Not
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