Unbelievably! Once more unto the breach dear friends, once more..!

Try again, try again… After a hard drive crash, Linux was the only OS that would install on my desktop PC, so… onwards! (Nov 2016)

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Once more unto the breach dear friends, once more..!

Try again, try again… After a hard drive crash, Linux was the only OS that would install on my desktop PC, so… onwards! (August 2015)

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Our efforts have been put largely into a Podcast since 2008, and it’d only now that the possibility of using the superior tools in Ubuntu Studio have become a possibility. So, the project is reborn A new face, a new deed….

The PC that has been used so far for a development machine has a 1TB C:/ drive that I am loathe to completely reformat as I use it for windows-only apps and games, however a 200 Gb partition for Ubuntu should serve nicely… now read on 🙂

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This blog used to be the journal of a now defunct  project of the attempts of a complete Newbie to use Linux in a LAN Render Farm. I’ve decided to leave the old experiments here in the hope that they can still be of some use to others attempting the same tasks. In a home environment, we need a File Server, a laptop for mobile recording, documentation and access and finally, if possible, other machines that can be used in the Farm. The immediate problem is that much of the Cow software that I will be using only runs on Windows or Macs. So, I may well have to consider cross-networking or possibly Virtualisation.

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