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Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:29 am
by Linuxmusician01
I hope that at least the KSStudio repositories will be maintained. I rely on them for my audio software.

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 3:32 am
by AlexTheBassist
“On a break” isn't synonymous to “abandoned forever”.

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 2:33 pm
by finotti
FWIW: I've got Carla updates today from the KXStudio repository (for Debian Sid). A good sign, I suppose.

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 6:26 pm
by ciacnorris
These are terrible news for me. KXStudio is the only distro that has always done whatever I needed out-of-the-box, with my favourite DE and all the tools I needed.
I have checked the website quite every day since Ubuntu 18.04 has been released for KXStudio 18.04, and now it looks we have to wait until this summer.

I would give my help, but I don't know anything about programming or packaging. :(

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 6:47 pm
by lilith
ciacnorris wrote:These are terrible news for me. KXStudio is the only distro that has always done whatever I needed out-of-the-box, with my favourite DE and all the tools I needed.
I have checked the website quite every day since Ubuntu 18.04 has been released for KXStudio 18.04, and now it looks we have to wait until this summer.

I would give my help, but I don't know anything about programming or packaging. :(


Just install Ubuntu or Debian and add the repositories by hand. It's really easy and you will get help here!

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 8:35 pm
by sysrqer
Or install kde neon, that's what it will apparently be based on when it comes so install it and add the repo and you're good to go.

Re: KXStudio project is currently on a break

Posted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:41 am
by artofmusic
I wonder if a transition to flatpak would make falktx's work easier as you just build to that instead of 4 different buntu's plus Debian with the current apt repo. Also, snaps might flip the bill as well. Finally, you would get the added benefit that flatpak or snaps are distro-agnostic. That's after his "break". I think the KXStudio distro is nice, but I'd rather have clean, cohesive, fully functional software that's updated instead quite frankly (flatpak/snaps).