[linux-audio-user] jackd --realtime eats my memory.

Jack O'Quin joq at io.com
Sat Feb 26 22:12:56 EST 2005

Jan Holst Jensen <jhje00 at yahoo.com> writes:

> starts up, but
>   jackd --realtime --unlock -d alsa
> or
>   jackd --realtime -u -d alsa
> says "unknown option character" and jackd outputs a
> usage message where both "-u" and "--unlock" are shown
> as examples. Huh ?! Is my jackd broken ? I installed
> it through apt-get on my Debian Sarge. Version says
> 0.99.0.

I recall a bug in that option a while back, but don't remember exactly
when it was fixed.  Maybe after 0.99.0.  Try using the -m (--no-mlock)


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