[Ardour-Users] Jack2 (1.9.7) & ardour 3.0
wayne at in-giro.org
Tue May 3 12:03:30 PDT 2011
Il giorno mar, 03/05/2011 alle 14.35 -0400, Henry W. Peters ha scritto:
> I get the following log output when I boot ardour 3 alpha (*my
> > INFO]: looking for control protocols
> > in /opt/Ardour-3.0alpha4_9292-dbg/lib/surfaces
> > [INFO]: Control surface protocol discovered: "Open Sound Control
> > (OSC)"
> > [INFO]: Control surface protocol discovered: "Mackie"
> > [INFO]: Control surface protocol discovered: "Generic MIDI"
> > [INFO]: Loading menus
> > from /opt/Ardour-3.0alpha4_9292-dbg/etc/ardour.menus
> > *[WARNING]: This version of JACK is old - you should upgrade to a
> > newer version that supports jack_port_type_get_buffer_size()*
> > [INFO]: Loading bindings
> > from /home/henry/.config/ardour3/ardour.bindings
> > Loading history
> > from /home/henry/Music/Ardour.11/Newsic.05.03.11/Newsic.05.03.11.history
> I have tried to install jack2 (1.9.7) by building the tar ball,
> currently I have v. 1.9.6 (jackdmp 1.9.6). What happens, it seems, is
> that 1.9.6 remains installed as a separate program (i.e., the newer
> version does not seem to overwrite the older), & I think gives me 2
> versions of jack, which I know is not the thing to have (& jack 1.9.7
> will not connect with the server when needed). When I try to
> uninstall, or remove jack 1.9.6 via synaptic, it 'wants' to remove a
> bunch of jack related programs, including my install of ardour 2.8.11,
> & not only that, but reinstall jack1. Is there some way around this
> quandary (this may be a deja vu circumstance)?
i am no Debian/Ubuntu/apt/dpkg expert, but i believe you will need
to find a JACK 1.9.7 .deb package. when you install it, it should
upgrade JACK and remove the old one. usually best to stick with your
distro's package manager if you can help it. look into Ubuntu Studio
and its associated PPAs.
> & perhaps, for my rather elementary purposes, having a single
> computer, using a echo mia-midi sound card, one midi keyboard, a
> Yamaha 01v digital mixing console, jack 1.9.6 is more than sufficient?
> Thanks for any suggestions, etc., in advance.
> P.s., I'm looking forward on getting ardour 3 to actually connect with
> my midi hardware (no luck so far).
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