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Re: Audio recording on an SGI320


I must say, please bare with me for my reaction:
This person should switch to Linux and forget SGI for this job.
Get an old 486 with a sound card, load linux, and enjoy.
To fight with anything else is "insane." as `crazy eddie' would say.
('crazy eddie' ran a bunch of audio stores in the US until he was
convicted of extortion).



Kathy Melih wrote:

> Dear List.I have a collegue who's trying to do some general purpose audio recording on a
> SGI320. There's apparently some trick to it, but since SGI have pulled their support,
> he's wondering if anyone knows of the correct setup.Please forward replies to Dr Jun
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