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Just thought I would put out a quick "review" of Linspire 7.0. I purchased a license 3 days after release and was provided an iso download. I migrated my ubuntu studio 17.10 install over and restored my deja dup backups to the new install. I am an old Mandriva user so I always run the late...
- Sun Dec 17, 2017 8:55 pm
- Forum: Backstage
- Topic: Dell Firmware Update No Bootable Device
- Replies: 1
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I updated my Dell Linux firmware today. My bios now says I have version 01.00.07. I have an m.2 as my boot device, this firmware update broke my system. I wanted to post how I fixed it. From the Bios Settings options *General Boot Sequence Boot List Option *UEFI > Add Boot Option Boot Option Name > ...
For anyone who has been following my project there is a new update available. Also, I have no sourceforge reviews if anyone would be interested in writing one. I will re-post your review on the main project website.
So I think as far as functionality the project is good but I really want users or css developers to be able to contribute. I made a development package for the project and it is now available on the page. If anyone would be interested in helping with themes. Also, I would be willing to purchase them...
folderol wrote:Looks quite smart... and what a pleasant surprise to see a site that loads almost instantly!
Yeah, I had to remove all the obsolete code and replace with css. And there are some images but theyre small sizes. So the load time is mostly optimized for mobile.
Hey guys, I have a new version available. If anyone is interested in the project. I have one user submitted theme I will add to the sourceforge themes page soon as well as a new theme developing package. I am looking for theme developers right now. And this project can be installed on any apache/ngi...
- Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:55 pm
- Forum: Computer Related Hardware
- Topic: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 on Linux help!
- Replies: 91
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I am pretty sure wine will default to pulse audio. So if pulse is using your usb audio then wine will as well. As far as performance I would think it would be terrible. You may as well run a virtual install of windows.
I got a new system and wanted to imort my ardour project files over from my ubuntu studio 16.04 to my new machine but could not find a 16.04 image quickly enough so I downloaded 17.04 because I was so exited about my new system and wanted to use it. Just a suggestion. Terrible idea: never update you...
- Thu Jun 01, 2017 2:23 am
- Forum: The Producer's Area
- Topic: Where Am I Going Wrong? Audio interface? DAW? Jack/ALSA? No sound...
- Replies: 10
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I have also tried other interfaces in Linux and scarlett is absolutlely the best. I currently use the solo. I used the 2i2 in the past. Both just work, as expected. Tascam and creative both were poop.