[CentOS] Sound cards for CentOS

Bernard Lheureux bernard.lheureux at bbsoft4.org
Thu May 18 14:35:40 UTC 2006

Max H. wrote:
I totaly agree with you, and I wanted to tell especialy to M.Hockings that
I am sorry if my answer appeared to be a little agressive, it was not that
way I wanted to tell...
Linux is freedom and should stay like it...
Use it the way you want... of course, I think the problem with your sound
card could be solved with isapnp, because those sound cards (on older IBM
Aptiva) were often ISA cards, that's maybe why it is not correctly

> Bernard Lheureux wrote:
>> On Thu, 2006-05-18 at 07:41 -0400, M.Hockings wrote:
>> A soundcard for a server ????
>> Why ??? What do you want to do with that machine, CentOS is built for
>> SERVER PURPOSES and if you want to make a workstation linux-based I
>> advise you to prefarably use Fedora Core or another desktop optimized
>> distribution but CentOS (not Centros ;-)) is based on RedHat Enterprise
>> Linux and is done to be a SERVER SOLUTION...
> Works just fine as enterprise workstations for myself...Sure CentOS is
> based of RHEL, but it's not specific only to the server/enterprise
> niche. I run it on a personal laptop for a workstation and a personal
> desktop at home for a workstation. Yes, they are both running "server"
> packages, but CentOS is great for both. I install it many other places
> as only a server, it does a great job there too. I'll be watching DVD's
> on my CentOS install after I leave work on my trip. Does this mean I'm
> using it wrong... you can use it for whatever you want. That is what's
> great about Linux. ;)
> Max
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