[ardour-dev]UPDATE: disk buffer error in latest CVS

Geoff Beasley songshop at bizmedia.com.au
Sat May 21 20:43:41 PDT 2005

OK, it seems putting Beta29 back into my CCRMA installation with nightly 
CVS  tarball installed has "cured" this problem. I have uninstalled the 
beta29 and now my cvs installation is working perfectly again. Any 
talented Guru out there tell what the **** I did to create that wierdness ?

I always uninstall the CCRMA beta before I install CVS. I did hdparm  -t 
tests on both my drives and was satisfied with the results; 53 mps on my 
Audio disk; so that wasn't the problem.

Anyway, it's fixed now.



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