Linux Journal: Going Live With Apodio And Dynebolic
Sep 17, 2006, 20:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dave Phillips)
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"I'm trying to discover why three out of three of my selected
hard-disk recorders refuse to work on my Debian Etch (Demudi)
system. Once again I ask myself the relevant questions: Is it me?
Is my computer trying to tell me something? Is it something I said?
Whatever the reason(s), my reviews of those three programs must
remain in limbo until I figure out what's wrong. The applications
are all known to run perfectly well on other machines, so I'm sure
there's an external problem. When testing new applications one must
be prepared with the newest dependencies. CVS sources are often
required. Sometimes one must mutter obscure invocations. Alas, I
was not sufficiently prepared. Time for a radical shift.
"In this entry I'm going to introduce two audio-optimized Linux
distributions, Apodio and Dynebolic. Both systems can be run in
'live' mode, i.e. you put the distribution disc in your CD drive,
you reboot, and voila, you're booted into the system..."