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tonymoloney
Posted on: Nov 17 2005, 06:39 PM


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Hi.
I have spent the last couple of hours on this web site trying to find the answers I'm looking for and it all looks pretty intimidating. However I'm gonna have a go if I can just get a little bit of help from you.
I have an old KTX880 laptop with 72Mb memory (64Mb stick plus 8Mb on the mobo), Pentium 1 and a one Gig hard drive. It can also boot from the CD drive.
I wish to run one application on this system, namely Audacity.
I need to use this system for its portability as I will be going to one remote location, recording some vocals then off to another location to multi-track a second vocal etc.
Will this system be able to do the job? Which distribution would be the most suitable?
Also, when I have completed a recording I will need to transfer the file to my desk top for further modification in Audacity. As I don't have a CD burner on the laptop, is it possible to network a Linux laptop to a desktop running WindowsXP?
I hope I'm asking these questions in the correct forum.
Tony
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