[LAD] jackd not using jackdrc...
Fokke de Jong
fokkedejong at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 09:49:15 CEST 2018
I’m afraid I’m still not entirely sure what made it work in the end, which does kind of worry me in case i run into this again.
To recap: my system is ubuntu 17.10 minimal, clean install.
the only extra packages I installed are sshd, alsa, and jackd1. (if i remember correcly, not sitting behind my linix machine right now).
And a realtime kernel 4.13.x I believe. Not much more.
The last problem i had was this error:
connect(2) call to /dev/shm/jack-0/default/jack_0 failed (err=No such file or directory)
google told me someone with the same problem solved it by installing either libjack-jackd2-dev or libjack-dev.
in installed libjack-dev, but it didn’t help so i removed it again.
A few reboots later i did not get the error anymore.
So i’m still kind of puzzled why it is working now, or even why i got the error in the first place..
> On Aug 3, 2018, at 00:01 , Joel Roth <joelz at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 02, 2018 at 09:44:00PM +0200, Fokke de Jong wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> after a lot of voodoo, black magic (and some reboots).
>> Its seems jack is not complaining anymore, and everything is working again!
> I'm glad you got jackd going. Even a sentence explaining the solution
> you found is a nice way to give back to the community that
> assists you. In general, as you learn more about linux,
> you will find that you rarely have to reboot your
> system when making changes. I believe it's now
> possible to install a new kernel on a running system.
> Installing/removing drivers (e.g. kernel modules) is also
> something possible without rebooting.
> Unlike, for example windows, that has to reboot after every
> patchset when reinstalling from instal media.
> I do find that X or X apps can hang from time to time, so
> setting up X to terminate on Ctrl-Alt-Backspace so you can
> restart X is quite helpful. I use a terminal multiplexer,
> which comes back with all my terminals, so that part is
> pretty convenient.
>> Thanks everyone for helping!
> Good luck with JACK. I think most users find problems are
> rare once you get it set up properly due to the
> well-though-out design excellent work by the maintainers.
> Joel Roth
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