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moving to Linux, i dont know wish distro...
Juan4Ever
post Apr 7 2004, 05:33
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im a proud windows user cool.gif but my adventure instinc told me i have to move to linux biggrin.gif i just have installed some distros in the past on my PC, but that was in the past when my audio hungry was not that big like in the present. im posting this just because im afraid to lose the advantages of having windows for encoding M4a files on linux. is just ┐could i do that on linux? how? can anybody tell me? im a little concerned about the change too because there is not a FB2k port for linux, is there any other good (like foobar) for linux?
well, that is all.
apologies for my english, it is not good. laugh.gif

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QuantumKnot
post Apr 12 2004, 01:26
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QUOTE (DonP @ Apr 11 2004, 09:03 AM)
If you are considering adding a hard drive, now (when adding linux) would be a good time.  That way you don't have to worry about shrinking your NTFS  (windows file system) to make room on the hard drive for the linux partitions.  I think most distro's
don't handle ntfs shrinking well.

You could use PartitionMagic to shrink your NTFS partition which usually works fine. Though John33 would have a differing opinion about PM wink.gif
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- Juan4Ever   moving to Linux   Apr 7 2004, 05:33
- - cabbagerat   Hydrogenaudio is probably not the right place to b...   Apr 7 2004, 08:15
- - xmixahlx   what you will miss on windows: EAC fb2k most games...   Apr 7 2004, 08:29
- - holkie   for beginners, i'd strongly suggest that u try...   Apr 7 2004, 09:03
- - danbee   If you just want a Distro that you can use, then M...   Apr 7 2004, 09:28
- - dev0   If you want out-of-the-box MP4/AAC support take a ...   Apr 7 2004, 11:46
- - QuantumKnot   Initially I had heard bad reports about Fedora bei...   Apr 7 2004, 11:55
- - cabbagerat   If you want to give Linux a go without any hassle,...   Apr 7 2004, 13:46
- - ddrawley   Here is a good basic link to assist in selection. ...   Apr 7 2004, 18:16
- - 32bitwonder   I also highly advocate Debian, but for a new-to-Li...   Apr 9 2004, 17:33
- - bidz   QUOTE (danbee @ Apr 7 2004, 12:28 AM)If you a...   Apr 9 2004, 17:53
- - tangent   http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?show...   Apr 9 2004, 18:20
- - menders   I would also recommend Knoppix. It's a live CD...   Apr 9 2004, 18:32
- - Juan4Ever   thanks a lot for the advices... i guess ill try Ge...   Apr 10 2004, 02:17
- - Mr_Rabid_Teddybear   If you're going with Debian I recommend you ma...   Apr 10 2004, 03:18
- - Juan4Ever   QUOTE (Mr_Rabid_Teddybear @ Apr 9 2004, 06:18...   Apr 10 2004, 04:56
- - Sachankara   I'd go for Fedora Core 1, but if you're un...   Apr 10 2004, 09:35
- - vinu   If you're a beginner, Fedora Core1 or Mandrake...   Apr 10 2004, 10:44
- - LadFromDownUnder   As an alternative to mulit-booting Windows and Lin...   Apr 10 2004, 11:12
- - xmixahlx   QUOTE (Juan4Ever @ Apr 9 2004, 05:17 PM)thank...   Apr 10 2004, 20:06
- - Reiginsei   You can also install cygwin and use that instead.   Apr 10 2004, 20:50
- - menders   QUOTE (Reiginsei @ Apr 10 2004, 11:50 AM)You ...   Apr 10 2004, 21:29
- - jcftang   well there are also the bsd's to consider whic...   Apr 10 2004, 21:34
- - dev0   Agreed. The BSDs are definetly worth consideration...   Apr 10 2004, 22:38
- - YinYang   'As I'm also contemplating switching from ...   Apr 10 2004, 22:54
- - Reiginsei   This page lists a bunch of them http://www.newsrea...   Apr 10 2004, 23:16
- - DonP   If you are considering adding a hard drive, now (w...   Apr 11 2004, 00:03
- - ddrawley   I am a big fan of OpenBSD for a firewall. I have b...   Apr 11 2004, 14:45
- - QuantumKnot   QUOTE (DonP @ Apr 11 2004, 09:03 AM)If you ar...   Apr 12 2004, 01:26


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