[linux-audio-user] Problems starting JACK...
Michael T D Nelson
m_nels at gmx.net
Thu Nov 10 09:50:52 EST 2005
Paul Davis wrote:
> go to the qjackctl setup dialog and make sure that the command to start
> jack is "jackd" and not "jackstart". "jackstart" is purely for 2.4-
> kernel based systems and should not be used on a 2.6-kernel based
Thanks for the prompt reply, but it's set to "jackd" already.
It was working fine until a couple of weeks ago, when this started to
happen. I would have posted sooner, but I've been pretty busy.
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