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(11-Oct-2020, 08:14 PM) musicnut23 Wrote: Also - I read that JRiver is only officially supporting Debian now. I was able to get JRiver running on the latest Debian release via a Virtual Machine (VirtualBox). Unfortunately I don't know how to strip the system for audio purposes or create an interface as you have done for Snakeoil.

That should not be a problem. Ubuntu will have whatever is in Debian (and more)..
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