I see. Well, you might be able to get the FC2 package running on it,
but that's a bit questionable. In theory you could patch your own
multimedia kernel and then install Ardour, Jack, and other software from
that site, but I'm not sure.
On Sat, 2005-02-05 at 15:40, Kyle Lagonegro wrote:
On Sat, 2005-02-05 at 15:03 -0500, Ben Sheron wrote:
> You should check out the PlanetCCRMA package
). It's a whole bunch
> of audio software for a RedHat/Fedora box. What version of FC do you
> run? This will work on 1 and 2. I use it on my FC1 box, and it is
> wonderful. If you plan on doing multitrack recording you want a program
> called Ardour, which is included in the package. It is the closest
> thing to Pro Tools you can get for Linux.
I'm running FC3, so does that mean it's a no go?