[linux-audio-user] Rosegarden4 Freezes my machine, needtosystem reset.
baldobe2000 at yahoo.de
Wed Mar 1 14:07:47 EST 2006
Thanks for your email, I am clear about what I thought I had to do as
"In terminal, as root type : /etc/init.d/realtime start (it's allow a
simple user to use applications needing realtime capabilities) "
Butr then I am a bit confused about what you mean next:
"But you must compile as module in your kernel (personnaly i use
modules-assistant to do this)"
How do I do this and what do I do exactly.
Please bear with me, I am sure I will get there.
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[mailto:linux-audio-user-bounces at music.columbia.edu] On Behalf Of lilli
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 6:17 PM
To: A list for linux audio users
Subject: RE: [linux-audio-user] Rosegarden4 Freezes my machine,
Le mercredi 01 mars 2006 à 17:55 +0000, Bal Dobe a écrit :
> Just so that I am absolutely clear about what I have to do lilli
> In a Terminal window, do I type
> /etc/init.d/realtime start
> And do I have to do these as root or a normal user?
Here's that i do before using rosegarden4 (and avoid the freeze)
In terminal, as root type : /etc/init.d/realtime start (it's allow a
simple user to use applications needing realtime capabilities) But you
must compile as module in your kernel (personnaly i use
modules-assistant to do this)
Qjackctl is the GUI for jack, and after launch it you start it (with the
start button lol)
And then you launch rosegarden4
Am i clear ?
Hope it's helping you.
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