[PlanetCCRMA] Planet CCRMA on Fedora 9: first steps
Delgado, Edgardo CIV NAVAIR 126.96.36.199
edgardo.delgado at navy.mil
Wed May 14 14:17:52 PDT 2008
From: planetccrma-bounces at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
[mailto:planetccrma-bounces at ccrma.Stanford.EDU] On Behalf Of Hector
Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 5:11 PM
To: Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
Cc: planetccrma at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] Planet CCRMA on Fedora 9: first steps
Thanks a lot Fernando.
For the first time I don't care much about Fedora 9. I'm sticking to
Fedora only because of CCRMA but otherwise I would rather have Ubuntu or
another Debian based distro. Just by reading about some of the
experimental (almost alpha) stuff going into 9 I can imagine all the
trouble it would mean to upgrade.
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 1:14 PM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
<nando at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi all, it is very very strange that nobody has asked yet on the list
> the usual question: "why is Planet CCRMA not available for Fedora 9
> So, before that happens:
> will tell you the current story as it unfolds...
> CAVEAT CAVEAT CAVEAT WARNING WARNING WARNING:
> Those packages have NOT BEEN TESTED... I'm currently in Berlin, very
> busy, and I don't have a machine I can install Fedora 9 on to test
> drive a bit the packages. So install at your own risk! Feedback, of
> course, is welcome. Most probably Carr at CCRMA will start testing
> stuff soon, but until then...
> should get you started...
> The package collection is still incomplete, many build failures. Not
> even a nice planetccrma-apps meta package :-) That will be remedied
> There is also a bonus kernel-rt package in the planetcore repository
> but without any additional goodies like meta packages and all that
> (but rtirq is there).
> No need to say that you can _still_ make music on Fedora 8, no need to
> hurry :-)
> -- Fernando
> BTW: the old Planet CCRMA web pages are still very old _looking_ but
> are in the process of being renovated. Links to the correct repoview
> pages for all packages are starting to actually work (most of them) so
> that software will show its current versions, etc, etc. Most of the
> really old stuff has been cleaned up. Some progress is better than
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