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Re: Until now Debian seems to be the right decision :), better performance than Ubuntu

On Tue, 2011-05-31 at 10:17 -0700, Steven Rosenberg wrote:
> On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 10:14 AM, Ralf Mardorf
> <ralf.mardorf@alice-dsl.net> wrote:
>         Hi all :)
>         until now switching to Debian is worth the effort. The
>         GNOME2 performance of Debian stable is much better than of
>         Ubuntu.
>         Pulse Audio is not installed by default :).
>         What repositories should I use to set up a stable DAW? Btw. my
>         list is
>         attached.
>         Is there a repository including JACK2 from svn?
>         Until now it's an upgraded, minimal system, just a stable
>         install,
>         excepted of Evolution and dependencies, those are from
>         testing.
>         At 16:40 my RME HDSPe AIO, KORG NANOKONTROL, an ADAT device
>         and some
>         other stuff was delivered :), now, more than two hours later,
>         neither
>         the new gear is unpacked, nor Debian stable is set up as an
>         audio/MIDI
>         workstation.
>         But the only really annoying thing is, that I had to reboot
>         Ubuntu
>         Natty, because I wasn't able to adopt the Evolution files for
>         Debian's
>         Evolution.
> Going through all of this just to move a user's Evolution files from
> one installation to another? There must be an easier way. (My way is
> to use IMAP and not to depend solely on Evolution).

IMAP would be fine, hence I like to use Emacs + Wanderlust from time to
time too, but I don't like to learn how to set it up at the moment,
because setting up a new DAW has absolute priority.

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