Now you've got yourself a newbie

  • jaywilson
Posted: Fri, 06/15/2007 - 20:53
o no, sig's gone. Never mind that! I am now running 64 studio 1.0.0 on a P4 1.2Ghz PC. It's taken me all evening to get to this site. Problems overcome: Network card left down. I had to use 'ifconfig' to bring it up and configure it, 'route' to set the gateway and create 'resolv.conf' manually to resolve internet server names. Aaargh! Problems not overcome: When I rebooted I lost my network card settings and had to use ifconfig and route all over again. ...now just pause a bit... I'm looking for how to make the fonts bigger on my desktop ... what's this???... >Desktop >Adminstration >Networking!!!???? No wonder the System Tools menu was so short. Problem solved! Told you about newbie status. Soon I shall try to update, watch out. >> Hurray thankyou muchly Dan looks like I can submit straightaway.

Thankyou Nate Figlar for the quickstart JACK tutorial

  • jaywilson
  • 06/02/07
  • Fri, 06/15/2007 - 21:23
What can I say?! I've made a noise with my PC after three or four minutes and am now happily playing tunelessly in the default 'Cathedral 1' setup of ZynAddSubFx: boopp, booopp, beepp, bipp fills the air. >> sig's back? cool! >> o no here we go with the preview option only >>> safe to post "1807 - end of slave trade; 2007 - end of unfair trade"

hey Jay I am glad it worked

  • Nate
  • 05/22/07
  • Fri, 07/13/2007 - 02:07
hey Jay I am glad it worked out for you. I remember when I first messed with jack myself and was a little intimidated until I saw someone first hand use it at a LUG meeting. I just designed the quickstart to recreate that experience so to speak on a page. I am hoping to get some more out there soon maybe for zyn as that's one of my favorite tools to use. be sure to also check out some of the others too as they do guides. I can say this is a great active community. they all do a great job getting you answers and being debian based in my opinion is also good for the new user. I hope you end up finding 64studio a rewarding system as I have to work with and you can eventually help it grow in your own way as well. cheers nate