[ardour-users] Refugee from Windoze/Cubase -drowning in Linux/Ardour

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 06:59:13 PDT 2005

On 4/19/05, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> >> >> I just ran ardour (no Jack) after a fresh boot and Jackstart appears,
> >> >> but I can't see where it gets called.
> >>=20
> >> > So on your system, jack is started automatically with ardour.
> >> > Is someone running a fedora/CCRMA here to help finding the startup
> >> > script of ardour that causes this behaviour?
> >>=20
> >> It's not a script.  It's built into recent versions of JACK and ardour.
> >> --
> >>   joq
> >
> >It is? Why was this changed and can it be configured to not happen?
> two things.
> 1) the only way jackstart gets written into that file is if JACK was
>    compiled to use capabilities. if you are using a JACK compiled for
>    use with capabilities on a 2.6 kernel, something has gone seriously
>    wrong.
> 2) setting JACK_NO_START_SERVER in your environment will prevent this
>    behaviour.
> I would recommend figuring out the answer to (1) however. It implies
> that either you built JACK incorrectly, or some Linux distribution
> messed it up for you.
> --p

I haven't tested this but I do not believe that I am seeing this on
either my FC/PlanetEdge box or my Gentoo machines. I could look into
it but it seems quite foreign to my experience.


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