joaquinotero wrote:Hi, My PC is a little bit old, and I was thinking to install Lubuntu and then packages, kernels, etc for a suitable configuration for audio-recording, live guitar playing (ampsims, IR Cabs, etc).
The standard distributions (kxstudio, tangostudio, ubuntustudio) are quite heavy for my PC.
Any advice is welcome.
joaquinotero wrote: I have a collection of free Vst ampsims and IR Cabs (Im into guitarampmodeling.com too!!!)
Thanks again for your help.
That's weird:joaquinotero wrote:@Autostatic:
Ive followed the installation process for 12.04, the basic information seems to be installed correctly, then i typed
sudo apt-get install lubuntu-core
but I got that the package lubuntu-core couldnt be found.
music@studiopc:~$ aptitude show lubuntu-core
That's correct. Performance-wise it shouldn't make a big difference though, it's just that lubuntu-desktop installs a lot of things you might not need or that you'll probably replace.joaquinotero wrote:It showed me to a menu where I chose Lubuntu Desktop; right now this installation is running, but i guess that is the same installation that I could got through the standard Lubuntu CD.
There is a new Puppy audio distro release, with Zynewave Podium DAW installed
and working, in a gigantic 220 meg iso.
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