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Shortcut to Linux audio?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by aloomens, May 12, 2003.

  1. aloomens

    aloomens Active Member

    I just had the oputunity to check out the AGNULA (A GNU/Linux Audio distribution) release 1.0 for RedHat 8.0. The install was very straight forward, and worked well. I just did a fresh install of RedHat Linux 8.0 (including all packages). Then copied all the AGNULA files to a directory and ran the install.sh script. After rebooting my system three times (part of the install), I had a RedHat Linux system configured and optimized for audio, with a good bunch of audio apps installed.

    The AGNULA web site is:
    http://www.agnula.org
    You can download the 1.0 release for RedHat at:
    ftp://agnula.ircam.fr/pub/rehmudi/1.0/en/

    The install script installs a new kernel with the low-latency patches, the alsa driver for your sound card, the jack server, as well as many audio apps including aurdour, audacity, snd, ecasound and a bunch of others. It is by far the easiest linux audio install I've seen yet.

    If anyone else is able to check it out, let us know.
     
  2. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    I'll probably check this our once I get dsl again.

    so, how's this going?
     

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