Use Linux Mint 17 as Ubuntu Studio

Hi all. I have been fighting for several hours to get my Linux Mint 17 installation (which has Cinnamon beautifully working) with the amazing packages of Ubuntu Studio without having XFCE (which still doesn’t work well with multiple monitors). The solution is to install Linux Mint 17 and write this line in terminal:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get --install-recommends install ubuntustudio-audio ubuntustudio-audio-plugins ubuntustudio-graphics ubuntustudio-photography ubuntustudio-publishing ubuntustudio-video linux-lowlatency && sudo adduser $USER audio

This line updates the package list, install all recommended packages from Ubuntu Studio (audio, graphics, video…) and the Linux Low Latency Kernel and finally adds your user to the audio group allowing you to use jack in real-time mode for low-latency audio work.

With this configuration, in GRUB you have to select which kernel you want to use for working, low latency or regular one. Here I explain the difference between the use of each one: http://askubuntu.com/a/302883/153260

I hope that this was useful and at least, I saved you a partition with Ubuntu Studio if you were working with Ubuntu or derivatives.

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Hi! This is my personal webpage. Here I will share some ideas, projects and happenings related with music and computer engineering, both worlds of my whole time.

I wanted to do this blog to unify all the projects that I’ve in a deep corners of the hard drive, reference them and make them accessible and also the future ones. Then, the main objective of this blog is that someone (somewhere) could find something useful (or even inspirational, why not?).

So in this blog I’ll try to post about what I’m currently investigating, making, or otherwise screwing around with, and about what I’ve investigated, made, and screwed around with in the past. You may also find an occasional tidbit or two about my life, but I’ll try not to bore you with it.

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