thanks about the info. i have a large external hdd (1 GB) and i will use that to save my files while i convert ntfs to ext filesystem. i didnt know about permissions, but i know ext filesystem is superior to ntfs. i will back up my files and run partition magic on that partition. i can afford spending 40 GB of disk space
I suddenly remembered that you have the same card (RME HDSP 9632) as I. And a while back someone found a solution. I think I posted it here somewhere to, and maybe you've seen it already. But in case you haven't, it is here: http://pulseaudio.org/ticket/764#comment:2
Let me know if you want to try it out, but are unsure of how to do it. It does make pulseaudio work - more or less.
Te pregunté ya de dónde eres en esa península tan guapa.
it is mine, and you are quite welcome
Hi JC, remember me? Are you getting anywhere with the open-source notation software? Where are you up to and what is the state of 'play'!
Yea, I got your message then couldn't find it again to reply and found it today. Duh! I found something today I thought you might be interested in so coincidental really. Check out Nted if you haven't already. It is available in the repositories and there is a website if you do a search.
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