[ardour-users] another problem
marukas at hardcore.lt
Mon Nov 14 14:36:36 PST 2005
apt-get install qjackctl
And then start qjackctl from the terminal or from a menu shortcut.
> Dont hurry too much.
> You need to use JACK from jackit.sourceforge.net/, but not this jack - CD
> ripper which has nothing related to concept of audioprocessing with JACKD.
> Read http://www.ardour.org/requirements.php and click on a link for
> qjackctl it will help you a lot.
>> got another problem now.
>> it says that ardour can't connect to JACK, he gave me three tips to find
>> why it breaksdown
>> 1 jack's not launched
>> 2 jack is running under root
>> 3 there's another client named ardour
>> i've tried to launch jack and he gave me this response:
>> This is jack 3.1.1 (C)2004 Arne Zellentin <zarne at users.sf.net>
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/jack_functions.py", line 134, in
>> gettoc exec(jack_helpers.helpers[toc_prog]['toc_fkt'])
>> File "<string>", line 4, in ?
>> error: (5, 'Input/output error')
>> Trouble reading the disk's TOC. If you already ripped the CD, you'll
>> cd into the created directory which is either named after the CD's title
>> or still called jack-xxxxxxxx (xxxxxxxx is a hex number).
>> thanks for all your support tips
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