[ardour-dev] Newbie Here

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Tue Aug 10 14:49:52 PDT 2004


	Planet CCRMA and RedHat Fedora Core 1 is so simple that you can hardly
go wrong.  I'm running a DSP2000 (same chip as the 1010) on an Athlon XP
1700+ with 512MB.  If you decide to go that way let me know and I can
give you explicit instructions on how to install it and get started on
the Planet.  I have a page up on how to build and load everything from
scratch on RH7.3 but I don't do it that way anymore (too much work). 
There is still some good tuning info there though -

Good luck.


On Mon, 2004-08-09 at 19:33, Brandon Daggerhart wrote:
> I don't do mailing lists, so I hope I'm doing this email thing right.  I have been recording for several years now, and have never been interested in DAW recording before because of the outragious costs of most decent recording software (such as Protools, Nuendo, etc).  I recently built a computer though, with the plans of building a DAW.  I use a Delta 1010, have 512 megs RAM, use an Athlon ASUS XV700 motherboard and 2500 Processor.  I would like to try out ardour, but I don't know the slightest thign about it, or even about LINUX.  Does Ardour have an install package of any sorts, or would I have to know all about the codes adn such necessary to unzip and install things on LINUX.  Also, what is a good distribution for ardour that would work with the hardware I use?  ( I understand that some distributions have had problems with Athlon-based hardware).  For that matter, how do I even get a version of LINUX to use?  My DAW I've build (or, am building), is not hooked to the internet, so I would need to burn something to CD I assume.  Thanks for any advice anyone can give me, and I look forward to asking even more questions later :)
> Cheers!
> -Brandon
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