#1
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Anyways, enough with tasteless jokes.
I have a gate way computer my parents passed down to me so mess around with and I'm gonna use it in my music room. I am going to run Ubuntu on it.
I have a Line6 Toneport UX2 and am wondering if there are any emulators I can use to install the software with.
Also, is there any free recording software for Ubuntu?

I also have a Linksys USB WiFi thingy and would like to use it with Ubuntu... is this possible?

Any other tips would be greatly appreciated, I am a very green lunix user
#5
well, ubuntustudio, depending on what you mean by 'recording', you can always get audacity, hydrogen for a drum machine, etc etc.

as for the wifi, just google ubuntu and the model of the wifi stick, should give you a couple places for drivers if its available.
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#6
Get Ubuntu studio, just make a disk with drivers for other things like the wifi incase first.

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I also have a Linksys USB WiFi thingy and would like to use it with Ubuntu... is this possible?

Any other tips would be greatly appreciated, I am a very green lunix user
Depends what kind of wireless card you have and what version of Ubuntu you have for the wireless. I have an Atheros wireless card that came with my Toshiba, and I tried 8.04 and 8.10 and neither would find my wireless card, nothing worked. I installed 9.04 and it's the only one that the wireless would work. And if you have Intel on your computer, well, good luck with Ubuntu. It's been one headache after another with Ubuntu/Intel.