[ardour-users] CCRMA vs. AGNULA

Aaron aamehl at pop.actcom.net.il
Thu Apr 14 00:17:40 PDT 2005

I was running planet ccrma for a long time but with my slower computer
I eventually switched over to demudi and find it to be faster then a
redhat or mandrake.(you didn't mention it but Thac has the audio stuff
for mandrake).

I have gotten used to debian so I am not running to go back to

On Tue, Apr 05, 2005 at 05:21:03AM +0000 or thereabouts, lewis.jon at att.net wrote:
> I am in the planning stages of trying a Linux based DAW and wondering which is better (I am looking for stability) CCRMA or AGNULA? I have also noticed that some of you seem to be using Gentoo. From my Googling I gather that this is another Linux kernel that one would modify oneself rather than using one of the aforementioned. I am also wondering which file system to use. What are my choices and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
> Maybe I am conceptually challenged here. My understanding at this point is that Red Hat, Fedora, Debian and Gentoo are all different distributions of the Linux kernel. CCARMA and AGNULA are modifications to the Linux kernel (Red Hat/Fedora and Red Hat/Debian respectively) which are customized for low-latency audio and video. Is this accurate? Am I missing something? Are there more options? Again, I am looking for stability. What is the best combination to use?
> Thanks for your advice,
> Jon
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