dyne:bolic vs 64studio
I have tried the latest stable release of dyne:bolic.
At first I was impressed by the lightness on my old 550mhz k6-2 with 128mb, but after trying to use it as a normal distro I became disappointed: alsaconf does find my sound card but doen't configure it properly, then I didn't like the installation, the system still uses ram, even if you boot it from hard disk, and after reboot none of your settings are saved, unless you nest them.
I want to know about the 64studio, wich is said to be also for art oriented people:
1)Is it possible to install in as a normal debian distribution?
2)your general opinions about 64studio
I want to give as a present an open source/art oriented distro to two of my friends and I don't wan't to give them something that won't work well enough to satisfy their needs(they mostly use audio and graphics programs on m$).