eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Tue Mar 23 15:38:56 PST 2004
First, make sure you are running qjackctl as root. In qjackctl->Setup
make sure that you have selected jackd as the Server Path (it defaults
to something else). Check Realtime. In Interface, instead of hw:0 you
should probably use the name of your audio device driver (from
~/.asoundrc). I'm using a ST Audio DSP card and my .asoundrc file has
so I use ice1712 instead of hw:0. Starting from the command line you
should do the same.
On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 17:06, Otto Hase wrote:
> Hi , I am running jack0.94.0-1, ardour 0.9-114, qjackctl 0.2.5-1 on suse 9.0
> After starting qjackctl and then starting ardour ...ardour comes with the msg "can not connect to jack"
> when I start jack with "jack -R -d alsa hw:0 -p 2048 I have no problems running Ardour
> I am aware that the startup option for jack in qjackctl are different.
> What causes the problem with qjackctl??? Do I have non-matching versions? which version are recommended?
> Thanks Otto
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