If this is not the right section for this topic, I apologize in advance.
Also I'm a complete novice about linux.
I'm considering installing AOS and Linux in my 101IT, because there's a specific stiff I want to do with it.
I want to install modular sound design/dsp tool called Pd(Pure Data), which is free and has Win, OSX and Linux versions, with 101.
From Pd community site, I found Pd-extended would be the best choice since it comes as various Linux types.http://puredata.info/downloads/pd-extended
But then I got confused while I was looking at the versions.
There are Debian versions for lenny i386 and squeeze i386,
Ubuntu versions for Maverick, Hardy, Lucid and Karmic.
Also there's a simple Linux version (with a penguin icon) described as Slackware SlackBuildScript.
Because I have not much knowledge about linux, can anyone give me an advice?
if I install Debian or Ubuntu, would any of those versions work?
Which one would be my best bet?
Would 101's sound chip work stable with linux driver at this moment?
Sorry for many questions
Any advice will be appreciated!