[ardour-users] Setting up a DAW on Mandrake 10.1

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 16:35:18 PDT 2005

   If you're totally hooked on Mandrake then I cannot help much.
However if you're still open to distros then consider using Fedora
Core and going with a PlanetCCRMA setup. Most likely you'll have
everything running in a couple of hours.

   The Planet is really one of the very best ways for new Linux users
to try out Linux audio software. It's easy to install and kept VERY up
to date.

   Good luck with whatever you  end up doing. Sounds exciting. I'm
dumping Pro Tools and doing the same thing in my project studio.


On Apr 11, 2005 4:19 PM, Daniel Kloberdanz <dqkloberdanz at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Our project studio is totally frustrated with Windows and has decided to
> drop it completely because it and the supported software does not want to
> work stable enough with our hardware.  We are using a RME Hammerfall
> Multiface and as suggested a Sound Blaster Live for playback.  We have
> decided to make the switch to Linux as recommended by RME so that we can
> have a stable DAW.  We obtained Mandrake 10.1 and being new to Linux need
> help configuring the computer to run the Multiface with Ardour as
> recommended by RME.  We have successfully loaded Ardour on to our system but
> are having problems finding a correct version of the
> jack-audio-connection-kit that will get Ardour running.  What I am looking
> for is simply a suggested configuration for our system and OS platform that
> will get JACK and Ardour runnig so that we can fully and effectively use the
> RME Multiface.
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