[linux-audio-user] couple of muse questions

James Stone stone1 at btinternet.com
Wed Mar 24 02:44:21 EST 2004

On Wed, Mar 24, 2004 at 12:49:50AM +0000, tim hall wrote:
> On Wednesday 24 March 2004 12:04 am, antoine rivoire wrote:
> > a simple stupid question: in muse the tempo is in percentage?
> > or is 100 really 100 bpm? what is the rationale here?
> It's BPM.

No its not (AFAIK).

When you start Muse, the default is 100%, 120 bpm.

> > Secondly when starting muse as a normal user I get:
> > cannot open rtc clock /dev/rtc: Permission denied
> > how can I change the permission permanently?
> > kernel 2.6 with realtime.0.04
> Don't know about 2.6 kernels. Have you tried setting muse suid root? I assume 
> you are launching as muse -R (?)

What does muse -R do? I just run it as muse, and connect to jack. Not
sure what the realtime option does, just hangs on my computer.. unless I
change muse to suid (which is not necessary if it has been compiled with
rtcap). Don't worry about the kernel version. makes no difference.


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