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[apologies for cross-posting, please forward this]

Announcing the new release of Puredyne:


Puredyne 9.11 - Carrot and Coriander +
--------------------------------------
Puredyne is a GNU/Linux live distribution aimed at creative people,
looking for tools outside the standard. It provides the best
experimental creative applications alongside a solid set of graphic,
audio and video tools in a fast, minimal package. For everything from
sound art to innovative filmmaking.

Puredyne is optimised for use in realtime audio and video processing. It
distinguishes itself by offering a low latency kernel and the high
responsiveness needed by artists working in this field.

Puredyne is based on Ubuntu and Debian Live. All packages provided by
Puredyne can be used if you are running this flavour of GNU/Linux.

http://puredyne.goto10.org/about.html

//

= Puredyne 911 =

== Carrot & Coriander + ==

After an intensive 3-day development sprint in Helsinki,
this release made possible thanks to Pixelache and HIAP.

Changelog below, see also our tracker at
https://launchpad.net/puredyne/+milestone/9.11

== Fewer bugs! ==

Problems fixed in this release:

 * amsynth loading crash (LP: #529858)
 * terminal dircolour theme (LP: #496296)
 * fluxus menu entry (LP: #507076)
 * whysynth menu entry (LP: #546086)
 * wsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546089)
 * xsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546090)
 * locale generation (LP: #508157)
 * mixxx jack interface (LP: #507675)
 * booting without hard disks (LP: #498782)
 * appearance with two monitors (LP: #505933)
 * removed default emacs keybindings for gtk apps (LP: #515445)
 * emacs appearance improved (LP: #522239)
 * application launch keyboard shortcuts (LP: #482822)
 * coding style for build hooks (LP: #544225)
 * irssi default intro text (LP: #525780)

== More stuff! ==

Additional software on the 911 CD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:

 * libafterimage0
 * libblas3gf
 * libdvdcss2
 * libgavl1
 * libgfortran3
 * libgmerlin-avdec-common
 * libgmerlin-avdec1
 * liblapack3gf
 * libopenjpeg2
 * pd-mapping
 * pd-markex
 * pd-mjlib
 * pd-motex
 * pd-pool
 * pd-py
 * pd-readanysf
 * pd-sigpack
 * pd-smlib
 * pd-windowing
 * puredyne-help
 * python-numpy
 * rxvt-unicode
 * supercollider-common
 * xfce4-places-plugin

Additional software on the 911 DVD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:

 * jcgui
 * puredata-source
 * sineshaper
 * toonloop
 * ...

== Upgraded things! ==

Selected highlights:

 * kdenlive
 * mixxx
 * swingosc
 * supercollider
 * xterm replaced with urxvtd

== Documentation ==

Puredyne wikibook interlinked with the Puredyne website:

 * creating live usb sticks
 * booting live usb sticks
 * Puredyne help menu item
 * coding style guides

== Important security information ==

There is a bug in Puredyne 910 package manager settings, which is
fixed in Puredyne 911 (LP: #507252).

If you have already installed Puredyne 910:
sudo rm /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/00secure

== Prettier! ==

 * customized wallpaper
 * isolinux splash screen

== Get involved ==

 * report bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/puredyne/+filebug
 * host a mirror
 * host a sprint

== More information ==

http://puredyne.goto10.org


//

== Augment your soup ==

echo "--- carrot_and_coriander.txt 2010-01-16 03:19:48.000000000 +0200
+++ carrot_and_coriander_plus.txt 2010-04-02 11:52:57.383408001 +0300
@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@
 * 1 teaspoon ground coriander
 * 1.2 litres vegetable stock
 * large bunch Fresh Coriander, roughly chopped
+* 1 teaspoon cumin seeds (optional)
 * Salt
 * Black Pepper

@@ -30,11 +31,15 @@
 4. Add the vegetable stock bring the mixture to the boil. Simmer for
    10-15 minutes until the carrots are very soft.

-5. Blend until smooth.
+5. Meanwhile, heat a dry frying pan and add the cumin seeds. Toast
+   them for a minute or so, shaking the pan occasionally, until
+   fragrant.

-6. Add the fresh coriander.
+6. Blend the soup until smooth.

-7. Serve.
+7. Add the fresh coriander and the cumin seeds.
+
+8. Serve.


 ==========================
" | patch -p0 /usr/share/soup/carrot_and_coriander.txt

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[puredyne] USB creator

Hi

The puredyne distro is just amazing! I have teacher training students
which I want to give a version of the distro without PD and such, but
with some other programs, and I thought I could use the
make-live-device.sh script to make a USB of an installed system, but it
doesn't work. I have earlier tried to use remastersys to make a tailored
distro, but it always makes e.g. rosegarden hang, and jack never
releases its hold on the soundcard and so forth when booted . This is a
problem which your iso image written to USB does not have so I am
wondering how you make your iso?

Best regards
Ketil

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On Apr 2, 2010, at 12:09 PM, Ketil Thorgersen wrote:

> The puredyne distro is just amazing! I have teacher training  
> students which I want to give a version of the distro without PD and  
> such, but with some other programs, and I thought I could use the  
> make-live-device.sh script to make a USB of an installed system, but  
> it doesn't work. I have earlier tried to use remastersys to make a  
> tailored distro, but it always makes e.g. rosegarden hang, and jack  
> never releases its hold on the soundcard and so forth when booted .  
> This is a problem which your iso image written to USB does not have  
> so I am wondering how you make your iso?


hi Ketil, i have put some time on similir issues, here are the notes  
of the process:
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Puredyne/How_to_broth

is not exactly what you are asking for. that as i understand is  
something i asked before:

making a liveUSB out of a running system.. similar to what remastersys  
does that keeps all your current configurations in place.

anyhow, hope this helps.
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Re: [puredyne] USB creator

Den 02. april 2010 12:19, skrev alejo:

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> On Apr 2, 2010, at 12:09 PM, Ketil Thorgersen wrote:
>
>> The puredyne distro is just amazing! I have teacher training students
>> which I want to give a version of the distro without PD and such, but
>> with some other programs, and I thought I could use the
>> make-live-device.sh script to make a USB of an installed system, but
>> it doesn't work. I have earlier tried to use remastersys to make a
>> tailored distro, but it always makes e.g. rosegarden hang, and jack
>> never releases its hold on the soundcard and so forth when booted .
>> This is a problem which your iso image written to USB does not have
>> so I am wondering how you make your iso?
>
>
> hi Ketil, i have put some time on similir issues, here are the notes
> of the process:
> http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Puredyne/How_to_broth
>
> is not exactly what you are asking for. that as i understand is
> something i asked before:
>
> making a liveUSB out of a running system.. similar to what remastersys
> does that keeps all your current configurations in place.
>
> anyhow, hope this helps.
> /a
>

Great!

I will try this and when I meet another barrier, I hope I can continue
asking!?

Best
Ketil


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Re: [puredyne] Puredyne 9.11 (Carrot and Coriander+) - new release of realtime audio+video distro

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sorry for the low level question here - but going trough the synaptic update will the whole system be upgraded to 9.11 ? or will it need re-install ?


On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 3:07 AM, Dan S <[hidden email]> wrote:
[apologies for cross-posting, please forward this]

Announcing the new release of Puredyne:


Puredyne 9.11 - Carrot and Coriander +
--------------------------------------
Puredyne is a GNU/Linux live distribution aimed at creative people,
looking for tools outside the standard. It provides the best
experimental creative applications alongside a solid set of graphic,
audio and video tools in a fast, minimal package. For everything from
sound art to innovative filmmaking.

Puredyne is optimised for use in realtime audio and video processing. It
distinguishes itself by offering a low latency kernel and the high
responsiveness needed by artists working in this field.

Puredyne is based on Ubuntu and Debian Live. All packages provided by
Puredyne can be used if you are running this flavour of GNU/Linux.

http://puredyne.goto10.org/about.html

//

= Puredyne 911 =

== Carrot & Coriander + ==

After an intensive 3-day development sprint in Helsinki,
this release made possible thanks to Pixelache and HIAP.

Changelog below, see also our tracker at
https://launchpad.net/puredyne/+milestone/9.11

== Fewer bugs! ==

Problems fixed in this release:

 * amsynth loading crash (LP: #529858)
 * terminal dircolour theme (LP: #496296)
 * fluxus menu entry (LP: #507076)
 * whysynth menu entry (LP: #546086)
 * wsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546089)
 * xsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546090)
 * locale generation (LP: #508157)
 * mixxx jack interface (LP: #507675)
 * booting without hard disks (LP: #498782)
 * appearance with two monitors (LP: #505933)
 * removed default emacs keybindings for gtk apps (LP: #515445)
 * emacs appearance improved (LP: #522239)
 * application launch keyboard shortcuts (LP: #482822)
 * coding style for build hooks (LP: #544225)
 * irssi default intro text (LP: #525780)

== More stuff! ==

Additional software on the 911 CD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:

 * libafterimage0
 * libblas3gf
 * libdvdcss2
 * libgavl1
 * libgfortran3
 * libgmerlin-avdec-common
 * libgmerlin-avdec1
 * liblapack3gf
 * libopenjpeg2
 * pd-mapping
 * pd-markex
 * pd-mjlib
 * pd-motex
 * pd-pool
 * pd-py
 * pd-readanysf
 * pd-sigpack
 * pd-smlib
 * pd-windowing
 * puredyne-help
 * python-numpy
 * rxvt-unicode
 * supercollider-common
 * xfce4-places-plugin

Additional software on the 911 DVD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:

 * jcgui
 * puredata-source
 * sineshaper
 * toonloop
 * ...

== Upgraded things! ==

Selected highlights:

 * kdenlive
 * mixxx
 * swingosc
 * supercollider
 * xterm replaced with urxvtd

== Documentation ==

Puredyne wikibook interlinked with the Puredyne website:

 * creating live usb sticks
 * booting live usb sticks
 * Puredyne help menu item
 * coding style guides

== Important security information ==

There is a bug in Puredyne 910 package manager settings, which is
fixed in Puredyne 911 (LP: #507252).

If you have already installed Puredyne 910:
sudo rm /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/00secure

== Prettier! ==

 * customized wallpaper
 * isolinux splash screen

== Get involved ==

 * report bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/puredyne/+filebug
 * host a mirror
 * host a sprint

== More information ==

http://puredyne.goto10.org


//

== Augment your soup ==

echo "--- carrot_and_coriander.txt      2010-01-16 03:19:48.000000000 +0200
+++ carrot_and_coriander_plus.txt       2010-04-02 11:52:57.383408001 +0300
@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@
 * 1 teaspoon ground coriander
 * 1.2 litres vegetable stock
 * large bunch Fresh Coriander, roughly chopped
+* 1 teaspoon cumin seeds (optional)
 * Salt
 * Black Pepper

@@ -30,11 +31,15 @@
 4. Add the vegetable stock bring the mixture to the boil. Simmer for
   10-15 minutes until the carrots are very soft.

-5. Blend until smooth.
+5. Meanwhile, heat a dry frying pan and add the cumin seeds. Toast
+   them for a minute or so, shaking the pan occasionally, until
+   fragrant.

-6. Add the fresh coriander.
+6. Blend the soup until smooth.

-7. Serve.
+7. Add the fresh coriander and the cumin seeds.
+
+8. Serve.


 ==========================
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no problem asking! synaptic update would update a lot of the packages,
but it wouldn't include the tweaks made at the OS level. for example,
we changed the terminal emulator from xterm to urxvt - synaptic
wouldn't automatically get rid of xterm or install urxvt, nor would it
bring the config we created for 9.11

Dan

2010/4/6 geoffroy tremblay <[hidden email]>:

> sorry for the low level question here - but going trough the synaptic update
> will the whole system be upgraded to 9.11 ? or will it need re-install ?
>
> On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 3:07 AM, Dan S <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> [apologies for cross-posting, please forward this]
>>
>> Announcing the new release of Puredyne:
>>
>>
>> Puredyne 9.11 - Carrot and Coriander +
>> --------------------------------------
>> Puredyne is a GNU/Linux live distribution aimed at creative people,
>> looking for tools outside the standard. It provides the best
>> experimental creative applications alongside a solid set of graphic,
>> audio and video tools in a fast, minimal package. For everything from
>> sound art to innovative filmmaking.
>>
>> Puredyne is optimised for use in realtime audio and video processing. It
>> distinguishes itself by offering a low latency kernel and the high
>> responsiveness needed by artists working in this field.
>>
>> Puredyne is based on Ubuntu and Debian Live. All packages provided by
>> Puredyne can be used if you are running this flavour of GNU/Linux.
>>
>> http://puredyne.goto10.org/about.html
>>
>> //
>>
>> = Puredyne 911 =
>>
>> == Carrot & Coriander + ==
>>
>> After an intensive 3-day development sprint in Helsinki,
>> this release made possible thanks to Pixelache and HIAP.
>>
>> Changelog below, see also our tracker at
>> https://launchpad.net/puredyne/+milestone/9.11
>>
>> == Fewer bugs! ==
>>
>> Problems fixed in this release:
>>
>>  * amsynth loading crash (LP: #529858)
>>  * terminal dircolour theme (LP: #496296)
>>  * fluxus menu entry (LP: #507076)
>>  * whysynth menu entry (LP: #546086)
>>  * wsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546089)
>>  * xsynth-dssi menu entry (LP: #546090)
>>  * locale generation (LP: #508157)
>>  * mixxx jack interface (LP: #507675)
>>  * booting without hard disks (LP: #498782)
>>  * appearance with two monitors (LP: #505933)
>>  * removed default emacs keybindings for gtk apps (LP: #515445)
>>  * emacs appearance improved (LP: #522239)
>>  * application launch keyboard shortcuts (LP: #482822)
>>  * coding style for build hooks (LP: #544225)
>>  * irssi default intro text (LP: #525780)
>>
>> == More stuff! ==
>>
>> Additional software on the 911 CD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:
>>
>>  * libafterimage0
>>  * libblas3gf
>>  * libdvdcss2
>>  * libgavl1
>>  * libgfortran3
>>  * libgmerlin-avdec-common
>>  * libgmerlin-avdec1
>>  * liblapack3gf
>>  * libopenjpeg2
>>  * pd-mapping
>>  * pd-markex
>>  * pd-mjlib
>>  * pd-motex
>>  * pd-pool
>>  * pd-py
>>  * pd-readanysf
>>  * pd-sigpack
>>  * pd-smlib
>>  * pd-windowing
>>  * puredyne-help
>>  * python-numpy
>>  * rxvt-unicode
>>  * supercollider-common
>>  * xfce4-places-plugin
>>
>> Additional software on the 911 DVD (i386) compared to Puredyne 910:
>>
>>  * jcgui
>>  * puredata-source
>>  * sineshaper
>>  * toonloop
>>  * ...
>>
>> == Upgraded things! ==
>>
>> Selected highlights:
>>
>>  * kdenlive
>>  * mixxx
>>  * swingosc
>>  * supercollider
>>  * xterm replaced with urxvtd
>>
>> == Documentation ==
>>
>> Puredyne wikibook interlinked with the Puredyne website:
>>
>>  * creating live usb sticks
>>  * booting live usb sticks
>>  * Puredyne help menu item
>>  * coding style guides
>>
>> == Important security information ==
>>
>> There is a bug in Puredyne 910 package manager settings, which is
>> fixed in Puredyne 911 (LP: #507252).
>>
>> If you have already installed Puredyne 910:
>> sudo rm /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/00secure
>>
>> == Prettier! ==
>>
>>  * customized wallpaper
>>  * isolinux splash screen
>>
>> == Get involved ==
>>
>>  * report bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/puredyne/+filebug
>>  * host a mirror
>>  * host a sprint
>>
>> == More information ==
>>
>> http://puredyne.goto10.org
>>
>>
>> //
>>
>> == Augment your soup ==
>>
>> echo "--- carrot_and_coriander.txt      2010-01-16 03:19:48.000000000
>> +0200
>> +++ carrot_and_coriander_plus.txt       2010-04-02 11:52:57.383408001
>> +0300
>> @@ -12,6 +12,7 @@
>>  * 1 teaspoon ground coriander
>>  * 1.2 litres vegetable stock
>>  * large bunch Fresh Coriander, roughly chopped
>> +* 1 teaspoon cumin seeds (optional)
>>  * Salt
>>  * Black Pepper
>>
>> @@ -30,11 +31,15 @@
>>  4. Add the vegetable stock bring the mixture to the boil. Simmer for
>>    10-15 minutes until the carrots are very soft.
>>
>> -5. Blend until smooth.
>> +5. Meanwhile, heat a dry frying pan and add the cumin seeds. Toast
>> +   them for a minute or so, shaking the pan occasionally, until
>> +   fragrant.
>>
>> -6. Add the fresh coriander.
>> +6. Blend the soup until smooth.
>>
>> -7. Serve.
>> +7. Add the fresh coriander and the cumin seeds.
>> +
>> +8. Serve.
>>
>>
>>  ==========================
>> " | patch -p0 /usr/share/soup/carrot_and_coriander.txt
>>
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so a fresh new install is recommended?

enrike

ar., 2010.eko apiren 06a 08:13(e)an, Dan S(e)k idatzi zuen:

> no problem asking! synaptic update would update a lot of the packages,
> but it wouldn't include the tweaks made at the OS level. for example,
> we changed the terminal emulator from xterm to urxvt - synaptic
> wouldn't automatically get rid of xterm or install urxvt, nor would it
> bring the config we created for 9.11
>
> Dan
>
> 2010/4/6 geoffroy tremblay<[hidden email]>:
>> sorry for the low level question here - but going trough the synaptic update
>> will the whole system be upgraded to 9.11 ? or will it need re-install ?
>>

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Well it's up to you. Many of the updates are updated packages so you
don't need a reinstall, but there are some "paper cuts" which are
fixed by tweaking the OS - e.g. the choice of default terminal, the
apt-get fix, the better set of terminal colours...

On balance i would say there are no *major* changes 9.10->9.11 so I
don't see that reinstall is needed, unless some of the things we
fixed, are things that have been bugging you!

But look in the release announcement, for the security issue mentioned
- you can apply the fix described there if you aren't going to
reinstall.

Dan


2010/4/6 altern <[hidden email]>:

> so a fresh new install is recommended?
>
> enrike
>
> ar., 2010.eko apiren 06a 08:13(e)an, Dan S(e)k idatzi zuen:
>>
>> no problem asking! synaptic update would update a lot of the packages,
>> but it wouldn't include the tweaks made at the OS level. for example,
>> we changed the terminal emulator from xterm to urxvt - synaptic
>> wouldn't automatically get rid of xterm or install urxvt, nor would it
>> bring the config we created for 9.11
>>
>> Dan
>>
>> 2010/4/6 geoffroy tremblay<[hidden email]>:
>>>
>>> sorry for the low level question here - but going trough the synaptic
>>> update
>>> will the whole system be upgraded to 9.11 ? or will it need re-install ?
>>>
>



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Re: [puredyne] Puredyne 9.11 (Carrot and Coriander+) - new release of realtime audio+video distro

Dan S said :

> Well it's up to you. Many of the updates are updated packages so you
> don't need a reinstall, but there are some "paper cuts" which are
> fixed by tweaking the OS - e.g. the choice of default terminal, the
> apt-get fix, the better set of terminal colours...
>
> On balance i would say there are no *major* changes 9.10->9.11 so I
> don't see that reinstall is needed, unless some of the things we
> fixed, are things that have been bugging you!
>
> But look in the release announcement, for the security issue mentioned
> - you can apply the fix described there if you aren't going to
> reinstall.

Look also in the /etc/ folder of the chroot_local_include folder in the
broth repos to check what kind of look and feel changes and config files
have been added/modified (including dot folders in the skel).

I suppose we could eventually provide some tool to apply those changes
in an already installed system.

@claude: maybe as part of the puredynify project?

a.

 


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Re: [puredyne] Puredyne 9.11 (Carrot and Coriander+) - new release of realtime audio+video distro

I am wondering what is the roadmap for new release of pure:dyne - 9.11 came quite fast after 9.10 - is it planned to update on a regular basis of few months in between releases ?

I am quite happy with 9.10 so far and use it on a netbook (and the make-live-device sees broken and I don't have a dvd reader on that machine) so will probably wait few version ;) 


On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 1:57 PM, Aymeric Mansoux <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dan S said :
> Well it's up to you. Many of the updates are updated packages so you
> don't need a reinstall, but there are some "paper cuts" which are
> fixed by tweaking the OS - e.g. the choice of default terminal, the
> apt-get fix, the better set of terminal colours...
>
> On balance i would say there are no *major* changes 9.10->9.11 so I
> don't see that reinstall is needed, unless some of the things we
> fixed, are things that have been bugging you!
>
> But look in the release announcement, for the security issue mentioned
> - you can apply the fix described there if you aren't going to
> reinstall.

Look also in the /etc/ folder of the chroot_local_include folder in the
broth repos to check what kind of look and feel changes and config files
have been added/modified (including dot folders in the skel).

I suppose we could eventually provide some tool to apply those changes
in an already installed system.

@claude: maybe as part of the puredynify project?

a.


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