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Thanks for the informed review. 
I am about to re-test a AVLINUX again, and I appreciate the advanced notice. 
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personally, i think it's a good idea. 
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HI

As I have posted before my list of Windows based software . All these programs I currently use on a Desktop and
Laptop PC

Guitar Pro 6
Guitar Pro 7
Melodyne
Power Tracs Pro 12
Reaper
Image Line FL Studio 10, 11,12.
NotePad++

Theres alot more out there that will run





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HowTO's / HowTO: Fix warnings about KXStudio Repos being configured multiple times.
« Last post by GMaq on September 24, 2017, 10:14:41 PM »
Fix for issue of APT warnings about deb-legacy repos being configured multiple times.

Open /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50apt-file.conf for editing.

As Root:

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mousepad /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50apt-file.conf

Change Line 44 from:

     
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deb::Contents-deb-legacy {

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# deb::Contents-deb-legacy {

Reload Synaptic or run 'apt-get update' as Root.
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AV Linux / Re: Jack1 dependency problems
« Last post by GMaq on September 23, 2017, 04:17:07 PM »
Hi varpa, nice to hear from you!

Yes unfortunately that conflict has existed for some time, I believe it is a version mismatch between Debian's packages and KXStudio's. If you don't mind the most effective place to post about this is here:
https://github.com/KXStudio/Repository/issues
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http://harrisonconsoles.com/site/mixbus.html

Mixbus 4 and Mixbus 4 (32c) for gnu/linux,mac osx and windows 32 and 64 bit  :cool:
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AV Linux / Jack1 dependency problems
« Last post by varpa on September 21, 2017, 04:20:46 PM »
I've installed avl64-2017.4.9 in 2 partitions on my computer and configured one to use Jack2 (default) and one to use Jack1.   I find that Jack1 gives far fewer x-runs with my firewire device (Focusrite SaffirePro24) so I prefer to use that.  However, many audio programs are inexplicably dependent on Jack2, so that when you try to install them, synaptic wants to remove Jack1 and install Jack2.   Some examples of this are: clementine, hydrogen, sooperlooper, pulse-jack connection.    Why are there such dependencies and is there any workaround to avoid them?    Actually, in some cases I have been able to run the binary which has be installed on the Jack2 partition from the Jack1 partition, but this does not work for all programs.   Thanks.
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AV Linux / Re: How far off is the 4.10 kernel for AV linux?
« Last post by trulan on September 20, 2017, 06:05:29 AM »
@GMaq,

Okay, I need to be patient and you guys will get to it eventually. The 4.10 kernel is still pretty durn new. I prefer to get the kernel with your full support as opposed to forging on my own and building a studio on a bed of sand.  :whistle:
As strange as it sounds, the kernel is one of the easiest and safest things to upgrade in a system.  Upgrading an important lib (like libc6, for example) is much more likely to cause issues.  With the kernel, you can always just choose to boot your old kernel if the new one is not to your satisfaction.  Downgrading system libs is much, much harder.  Also, the kernel is easier to build (by several orders of magnitude) than are some of the bigger pieces of software.   Just ask GMaq.   ;)

That being said, I have built and tested a 4.11 kernel (the next version supported by the RT patch), so it's not all that far away.   I want to get a good stable base established at 4.9 though before I spend any more time on 4.11.
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AV Linux / Re: How far off is the 4.10 kernel for AV linux?
« Last post by Fathom Story on September 20, 2017, 03:10:28 AM »
@GMaq,

Okay, I need to be patient and you guys will get to it eventually. The 4.10 kernel is still pretty durn new. I prefer to get the kernel with your full support as opposed to forging on my own and building a studio on a bed of sand.  :whistle:
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AV Linux / Re: How far off is the 4.10 kernel for AV linux?
« Last post by GMaq on September 19, 2017, 05:46:21 PM »
Hi,

Yes 4.4.30 was what the first release of AVL 2017 came with, but 4.9.47 is the most recent kernel available in our kernel repository, the next release of AVL 2017 will come with 4.9.47..
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