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Make the solid state drive (SSD) plunge with Linux

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Many TechRepublic readers have followed my difficulties with audio in Linux. For the longest time, PulseAudio was a tragedy to work with (on certain hardware -- my production recording studio machine being one of them). Things were starting to steer me toward making the leap to OS X, if only for just audio production, but then things took a turn for the slightly improved. What happened? I upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10.

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