One Question about Lenny/64Studio 3.0, One Question About Debian Package Policy
Here goes. Will the upcoming (albeit slowly) Lenny-based 64Studio support Creative X-Fi cards? For that matter, do any of the 64Studio 3.0 beta releases have X-Fi support? I have an Xtrememusic in my rig, partly because I needed a new card, but mostly because I needed a card with connectivity with the I/O module. Yes, I DO know that the current X-Fi Linux drivers don't support said I/O modules, but I'm hoping it's just a matter of time since the drivers went open source last year. As for Debian, what exactly is their policy on software? I'm under the impression it's something like this example: Debian release X is released along with the newest version of say, LMMS, which is 0.1.9. Meanwhile, work on Debian release Y is being done. Release X -never- gets any newer version of LMMS, so for its entire lifespan, it only gets 0.1.9. In the meantime, LMMS has gone up to 0.4.5. Release Y comes out, and includes LMMS 0.4.5. Wash, rinse, repeat. Am I under the right impression here?