[linux-audio-user] Help setting up linux for high quality music listening via JACK

Lee Revell rlrevell at joe-job.com
Wed Jun 28 19:09:03 EDT 2006

On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 18:01 -0500, Andrew Lester wrote:
> You are right, I think the sound quality loss is due to the realtime 
> resampling to 48khz. I can start it at 44100Hz (which the sound card
> is capable of), but it won't work with xmms. I hope it works with
> aqualung, which brings me to my next problem, aqualung.

Really?  That's bizarre.  What error does XMMS give when you try to
start it with JACK running at 44100Hz?

> I downloaded the debian package, and it says that I can't install it 
> because it relies on libjack 0.80, but that is a very outdated version
> and I have the latest version which is something like 0.101. I get the
> same error when I try to configure the source version. Why is it 
> demanding such an outdated version and how can I fix that?

Same problem here.  Those .debs are hopelessly out of date.  I guess I
have to figure out how to build my own Aqualung package.


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