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Genelec GLM on Linux - Alternative Solution

sontung, modified 3 Years ago.

Genelec GLM on Linux - Alternative Solution

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 8/22/19 Recent Posts

If you are not in the sewing industry, or learn about design, you will have a lot of difficulties distinguishing fabrics or the characteristics of fabrics, regardless of the quality of the fabric. Because nowadays technology to develop counterfeit goods is also made extremely sophisticated to deceive consumers. Therefore, our birch company will help you distinguish the quality of fabric in the most simple and effective way so you can buy quality fabric curtains

1.Why do we have to identify fabric quality?
First: the curtain is the material and the main structure is the fabric, the quality of the fabric will determine the aesthetics, and the value of the curtain
Monday: Currently on the market is a lot of poor quality fabrics, fake goods of poor quality are "enchanted" to blend into high quality items to deceive consumers who do not have knowledgeable about fabrics for profit
Third: if you buy a curtain with poor quality fabric, you have just lost a good amount of money but multiplied by a curtain of poor quality, not satisfied, easily damaged, quickly fading.
Wednesday: not only choosing the curtain, the knowledge of fabric we bring to you also helps you a lot in your life such as choosing clothing fabrics, choosing blankets ...
2. What kind of fabrics do we need to know?

On the market today there are countless fabrics made from many different sources of raw materials. But most of the fabrics used in designing and sewing are used fabrics such as: coarse cloth, burlap, brocade, glossy, silk, velvet ...
Silk fabric
Silk fabrics belong to the type of natural fibers: natural fabrics are woven from natural fibers, mainly human-grown plants, to exploit textile fibers such as jute, hemp, flax, etc. Cotton fabric ..., this is the main fiber used by our people for thousands of years.
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jani-oksanen, modified 3 Years ago.

RE: Genelec GLM on Linux - Alternative Solution

Jedi Master Posts: 449 Join Date: 3/30/17 Recent Posts

Hi there,

You are correct, GLM 1, GLM 2 or GLM 3 are not designed for Linux, and I'm sorry to inform you that we currently have no plans to make GLM supported on Linux. I'm very sorry for the inconvenience. I hope the alternative solution with Virtual Box is however suitable solution in your case.

I also want to remind that GLM 1 is no longer being updated, and it may not be supported with latest operating systems (Mac,PC). We highly recommend to use our latest GLM 3 kit with the latest softwares.

Best Regards,
Jani Oksanen
Customer Support Team