holsteintad-pole: hey03:47
tad-poleHow goes? :)03:51
holsteinnot bad03:51
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contrapunctusHey, folks...have a look at this - http://www.iwasdoingallright.com/tools/ear_training/main/08:35
contrapunctusFor some reason I'm not getting any sound in the app on that page =\ KXStudio on Ubuntu Studio 12.04. Sound in other programs (VLC etc) is normal.08:36
contrapunctusPlease help?08:36
ubottuTo just use java you need a "Java Runtime Environment" (JRE) and/or a browser plugin. If that is not sufficient you will need a "Java Development Kit" (JDK) aka "Software  Development Kit" (SDK).  Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java about how to install one of three current implementations.12:02
holsteincontrapunctus: do you have java?12:02
holsteincontrapunctus: its working fine for me..12:03
contrapunctusholstein, of course.12:14
contrapunctusjava -version12:14
contrapunctusjava version "1.7.0_09"12:14
contrapunctusOpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea7 2.3.3) (7u9-2.3.3-0ubuntu1~12.04.1)12:14
contrapunctusOpenJDK Server VM (build 23.2-b09, mixed mode)12:14
agu10^how can I install adobe after effects on ubuntu studio?17:38
zequenceagu10^: It's not something Ubuntu Studio supports specifically, but it'll work the same way on any Ubuntu flavor17:42
agu10^ugh. i thought ubuntu studio allowed me to produce media17:42
zequenceagu10^: On that assumption you are correct17:43
agu10^oh great. the adobe suite is the most popular among producers17:43
agu10^is there a way to run it?17:43
zequenceBut Adobe products are not open source, and thus not part of a default Ubuntu Studio installation. For Adobe support, you should turn to Adobe17:44
agu10^ubuntu studio uses full free open source software?17:44
zequenceApart from a few blobs in the kernel (wifi drivers and such), yes17:45
agu10^so... mp3 decoding is FOSS?17:45
zequenceEverything on the default installation is FOSS, yes17:46
agu10^that means it will crash17:46
agu10^i mean. that means i can edit the code17:47
zequenceIf you want information on Adobe products, you can google on Adobe + Ubuntu. Whatever works on Ubuntu will work on Ubuntu Studio17:48
agu10^oh great17:49
zequenceEspecially for graphics and video, you don't really need Ubuntu Studio. Ubuntu Studio just offers you a set of preinstalled packages for all Ubuntu/Linux multimedia17:49
agu10^that's helpful17:49
zequenceOr, a selected set of applications, that is17:50
agu10^that is extremely cool17:50
zequenceagu10^: I'm a volunteer on this project, which means I do this on my free time. I'm not in the business of supporting Adobe, or any other company that already gets payed to support their customers17:51
zequenceAlso, I'm not totally sure we could distribute any of their "free" products either, for legal reasons17:52
agu10^they have free products?17:52
agu10^you mean freeware or free software?17:52
zequenceI was being ironic, which is why I used the quotes. To my knowledge, they do not offer any free/libre software. Only some which does not cost you money to use or download. It might cost you in other ways though17:54
agu10^oh yes17:55
agu10^it would be great to have comparable free software competing against private, but it's just impossible since programmers get really high salaries for doing their stuff for big companies instead17:56
agu10^WINE is the best software for ubuntu17:56
zequenceActually, lots of free software is way ahead of proprietary software in reliablity and market share17:56
zequenceJust not in every area17:56
zequenceLinux supports the most hardware in the world, and is probably one of the biggest software projects, and the fastest moving in the world17:58
zequenceProbably the area where Linux dominates the most is in super computers17:58
zequenceBut, that's of course not relevant for a desktop user17:59
zequenceAt the same time, the same kernel can be installed into a phone, or a car computer17:59
zequenceSamsung TVs use it17:59
zequenceIt's everywhere17:59
zequenceWINE is usually only good for one thing, and that's running Windows programs. I use it too, for steam mostly18:00
zequenceBut, now that Steam for Linux is making progress, I'm hoping in a few years, there's no reason to use Wine for anything anymore18:01
zequenceIt's good technology. It's amazing that you can run such complex Windows applications on other OSs18:01
agu10^adobe creative suite?18:02
agu10^almost no private software runs on linux!18:02
agu10^I'd say they should emulate OSX instead18:02
zequenceWine has a database for which software runs on it. I've never used Adobe Creative Suite, so I don't know if and how it works18:03
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