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    [SOLVED] Re: What files for PXE install of Ubuntu Studio

    Yes, it's all good. I chose two options - Ubuntu Desktop and Audio Recording and Editing. That option installed Unity and UbuntuStudio desktop (Xfce), but not the low-latency kernel. Added that and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What files for PXE install of Ubuntu Studio

    OK, it appears to be even easier than Bucky Ball mentioned. After pxe installs the base system, you're presented with a long list of optional builds, one of which is "Audio recording and editing". ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What files for PXE install of Ubuntu Studio

    Thanks, I think I might do that (that may have been what I did the last time) I actually quite like the Unity desktop for day-to-day use, and prefer Fluxbox to Xfce for audio work so would have to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What files for PXE install of Ubuntu Studio

    Thanks for re-opening. Again sorry I don't understand the forum rules - I will try to do better.
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    [ubuntu_studio] UbuntuStudio Network Install via PXE?

    I'm building a new silent machine for audio recording/editing. It will have a DVD drive but the machine it's replacing has some hardware problems and is having trouble burning the ISO or writing a...
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    [SOLVED] What files for PXE install of Ubuntu Studio

    Am building a brand new noiseless system for audio recording. I've used Ubuntu Studio in the past, until my old system got too slow and want to use it again. I have a working PXE server (Ubuntu...
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    Re: Intel Core i7 5775C Broadwell Processor

    That sounds fair, particularly as the site which turned up the positive results under Fedora was the same site that turned up Ubuntu's issue with CPU frequency scaling. Thanks for the clarification.
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    Re: Intel Core i7 5775C Broadwell Processor

    Out of interest... why was this moved?
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    Re: Intel Core i7 5775C Broadwell Processor

    Thanks, not sure how I missed that... so not stable under Ubuntu yet, but with a possible work-around of fixing the CPU at the highest speed.... also not available at any UK retail sites yet so I may...
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    Intel Core i7 5775C Broadwell Processor

    Am planning a silent PC build to be used as a general purpose desktop, but also for recording audio. I want to do without a separate graphics card to keep power consumption and heat dissipation...
  11. How to determine what's causing your desktop to swap?

    It's Google Chrome and/or Chromium browser.

    Discuss!
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    [server] Re: Easy to use OpenVPN tutorial needed

    Hi

    I followed these instructions... https://help.ubuntu.com/14.04/serverguide/openvpn.html

    I have a tendency to skip ahead and miss things which made it quite difficult, but when I followed...
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    Re: Are you satisfied with your ISP ?

    The problem here (UK) is that your ADSL broadband is delivered over copper wires owned by a single commercial entity regardless of your actual ISP. Coupled with the fact that most of the UK is...
  14. [server] bind9 + isc-dhcp-server + dDNS - How to add host?

    I have successfully got bind running, both as a caching server and as Primary Master for my local (internal) zone which I've called something like "home.local". Same server is running...
  15. Why does the Ubuntu flexible keyboard have a windows key?

    On sale in the Ubuntu Store: http://shop.canonical.com/product_info.php?products_id=800

    Just sayin' ;)
  16. Thread: "Free" Hardware

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    Re: "Free" Hardware

    Wasn't there a time (not too long ago) when pre-installed windows systems came with the option to decline the EULA on first boot? I believe that in some cases the OEM had to refund the licence cost...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Ripping DVDs for display on HDTV via miniDNLA

    OK, I've binned DVD::RIP. It sort of worked, but sometimes the video it produced was less than optimal and the audio track nearly never managed to be in sync with the video, leaving everything...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Where is minidlna package for Ubuntu 14.04

    I have it.... now onto other issues... encoding vobs to streamable formats.
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    Re: Need lower latency module-loopback

    Hi. Have you tried installing a low-latency kernel and using jack as a sound server?

    I've been running UbuntuStudio (which is a complete multimedia platform) since 12.04 which has a bunch of...
  20. [ubuntu] Encoding Video for display on HDTV via miniDNLA

    Don't worry, the content may have been against forum rules.
  21. Thread: Speaker issue

    by m-dw
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    [SOLVED] Re: Speaker issue

    Alsamixer may not have been the best mixer application to suggest (as Ubuntu runs PulseAudio).

    Install pavumeter (Pulse Audio Volume Meter) if it isn't already installed. Run it while using the...
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    [all variants] Re: I wrote a backup script, but I'm working on a better one!

    Awesome, thanks. Have added these changes, but now of course I'm off on the rdiff-backup tangent. My scripting is hampered by a very limited knowledge of the commands I'm calling. I'd forgotten...
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    [all variants] Re: I wrote a backup script!

    Ah! Main reason was I couldn't find any information on using rdiff to back up to a local disk. I looked a bit harder just now! I have some reading to do. The reference to the Internet was to say...
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    [all variants] Re: I wrote a backup script!

    Thanks for replying so completely, I really appreciate it.



    That's excellent advice. I'll do some further reading (am using the Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide) and add this into the next...
  25. Thread: Speaker issue

    by m-dw
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    [SOLVED] Re: Speaker issue

    Linux (and Ubuntu in particular) generally comes with working drivers for most hardware, so no need to go looking for a newer one yet. Firstly, check under "sound settings" (click the volume control...
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