My suggestion would be to use Ubuntu to get a basic installation, and
add the DeMuDi packages on top of that. Ubuntu should streamline the
hardware detection & configuration process quite nicely. The DeMuDi
packages could be part of Debian (Unstable/Testing?) already, so it's
just a matter of updating the sources you download from.
Fedora is nice but very bloated, and not all the PD externals are there
yet. And RedHat/Fedora do things in their own special way, which can
make it difficult for non Fedora-users to help you out. OTOH Debian is
pretty standard, and shares many similarities with a lot of other
distros, so you can find help in a lot more forums, etc.
Dynebolic is OK as a live CD, but pretty much impossible to reconfigure,
so I'd skip it for a permanent installation unless you need something
working RIGHT NOW ;-)
Renato Fabbri wrote:
I´m migrating from windows to linux, but to which
I intend using PD, sequencers and softsynths.
A friend highly recommended fedora core 4 and the
ccrma pack, but I heard about GeeXboX, dyne:bolic, and
DeMuDi, which all are called "multimedia distros"..