Meanwhile, in Argentina, Linuxmusicians go mainstream. Maybe?

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Basslint
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Meanwhile, in Argentina, Linuxmusicians go mainstream. Maybe?

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https://restofworld.org/2021/argentina-netbooks-music/

...but sadly, the article does not mention that the OS which ran on those netbooks is Huayra GNU/Linux, based on Debian.

Edit: there is actually no proof that those musicians did not format GNU/Linux and install Windows on their netbooks. But a man can dream, right? :D
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Maybe not https://twitter.com/imglitcha/status/11 ... 0565316609 I did wonder when he talked about pirating FL Studio :lol:
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Largos wrote: Fri Jun 18, 2021 10:54 am Maybe not https://twitter.com/imglitcha/status/11 ... 0565316609 I did wonder when he talked about pirating FL Studio :lol:
See, this is a lost occasion. We had the possibility of entering at least one country and we failed! :D
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Re: Meanwhile, in Argentina, Linuxmusicians go mainstream. Maybe?

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I dunno, reading again he says his school had some special software on it so it would lock if you went a certain distance so maybe he wasn't putting another OS on it or maybe they put windows on it.
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