Right now I am writing this on a knoppix live 64 thumbdrive install. I do want to do a Fedora HD install eventually as I learn more. I come from the redhat oldschool and still like to be able to type in startx if I feel like it. So pardon my ignorance of the latest and greatest.
I have found that the esd and KDE does not conflict with my m-audio card...like the pulse audio server does so I want to use the esd for desktop audio. Funny but the latest knoppix has perfect support for the m-audio 24/96 but all others that rely on pulse are borked!
Has anyone tweaked Fedora 12 64 for audio recording yet?
If there is a way to run a developement install from a thumb drive I will do it myself...just I do not know if you can recompile a kernel or mess with live thumbdrive installs that much
I don't want to put it on a harddrive then screw up a dual boot trying to get realtime audio working...been there done that with slackware. I caught real crap from my wife for having her windows off line too long. I can't even remember the number of times that I have either had to do an 'fdisk /mbr' or fixmbr to get her back to her working computer!
Thanks in advance Eric