Am I right to think that F10 is in a bad way when it comes to music
Reading around, it sounds like good things nearly happened, and the whole
of CCRMA nearly made it into this new Fedora Unity thing.
On the face of it, that'd be great, and I could install my RT kernel,
FFADO, Jackd, and Hydrogen/Ardour easily.
It sounds like the RT patches aren't maintained though, is this right?
This pretty much shafts the whole of music production on Linux doesn't
it? Won't new versions of Ubuntu and everything else be screwed over by
I'm feeling really let down by this. I can go back to F9, but what a
faff. I thought if I waited a while after release, all would be well.
And what about when F9 stops getting security updates?
Any news on the state of play, and whether its likely to change would be
Does anybody know which software component might be responsible for this
kind of switching (e.g. kernel, ALSA stuff, jack stuff, etc.) so that I
might be able to submit a Bugzilla feature request somewhere?
Rui Tiago Cação Matos wrote:
> This also happens on my Latitude D630. Sound isn't routed to the dock
> station as you say.
> On 18/02/2009, William M. Quarles <walrus(a)bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> Does anybody out there on these three lists know how to get Fedora to
>> reroute the sound from my laptop's speakers to the line out on the
>> docking station to which the laptop is connected? I'm using a Dell
>> Latitude C640 with a Dell C Dock II. The other outputs are software
>> activated usually, but the signals still come from the laptop's
>> integrated sound card (i.e. there is no actual sound hardware installed
>> in the docking station).
>> Fedora-laptop-list mailing list
Does Audacity work for anyone with Fedora 11 development?
In particular, are you able to record tracks?
$ rpm -q audacity
Here, recording with mic stops at ~0.60 seconds. The progress marker moves
on to the very right of the screen, but samples are not displayed for more
Same package on Fedora 10 does not show those symptoms, but I've uninstalled
all pulseaudio* packages there. Perhaps the reduced performance of F11 devel
requires much more CPU power for Audacity. Perhaps changes in PulseAudio
are the culprit.
Audacity 1.3.7-beta : success/failure reports, anyone?
Here's a scratch-build of Audacity 1.3.7-beta built for Fedora 11
The upstream developers have dropped all usage of RDF/Redland/SLV2
since 1.3.6-beta, so the builds of 1.3.7-beta for F11 can simply
be downloaded as an upgrade of 1.3.5-beta in Rawhide (rpm -Uvh ...).
Does anybody out there on these three lists know how to get Fedora to
reroute the sound from my laptop's speakers to the line out on the
docking station to which the laptop is connected? I'm using a Dell
Latitude C640 with a Dell C Dock II. The other outputs are software
activated usually, but the signals still come from the laptop's
integrated sound card (i.e. there is no actual sound hardware installed
in the docking station).