[linux-audio-user] jackEQ pixmaps
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Thu Dec 4 01:13:05 EST 2003
Reuben Martin wrote:
>>>That is probably not the reason behind the seg fault
>>though. I haven't been able to get JackEQ to start without
>>immediately seg faulting ever since the project started. The
>>more recent versions of Jamin are starting to do the same
>>thing as well and I have no idea why.
>>How recent? There was a bug in the plugin discovery code that
>>I fixed, and
>>meant to port the fix to jackEQ too, but I might have forgotten.
>>I think I fixed in in jamin about a month ago, maybe less.
> I think I'm using 0.5.23. I'm away from home right now and my machine is offline so I will have to check later to make sure. I tried to compile 0.5.31 but I couldn't get it to build. Jamin will register itself to jack and then immediately die from a segmentation fault. Oddly enough, if I specify the input and output ports, it will fail to connect to the ports but at least it won't seg fault.
This is interesting because I see a similar problem on my gcc-2.95.4
machine with JAMin only. I just checked however and it makes no
difference. I'm beggining to wonder if my 1ghz machine is just not
> JackEQ seg faults no matter what I do. I was using version 0.3.7.
I fixed the ladspa search query in this version. If you feel upto doin a
gdb session that would be very helpful.
> For what it's worth, I'm using:
> swh-plugins 0.4.3
> Jack 0.90.1 (posix shm)
> Also, kind of unrelated, I just realized today that the newer versions of Jack no longer give me monitors.
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