[LAU] Requesting MIDI port and/or audio port of an application

Crypto crypto at online.de
Mon Aug 11 08:07:57 EDT 2008

Hi Conrad,

jack_lsp indeed seems to do that job.

I have compared the results jack_lsp gives to the results in the MIDI tab of 
Qjackctl ("Connections").

I have found that the MIDI connections do not show the name of the application 
that created the connection. It means that both in jack_lsp and Qjackctl in 
tab "MIDI" they are denoted as "system", whereas I would have thought that 
the name of the application that created the port shows up as well. Is there 
a trick to get the name of the application as well?

So it seems to me I end up where I was before - still need a way to identify 
both application that created the ports and the ports themselves.

Anything else I can do?

Thx and regards,

Am Montag, 11. August 2008 11:42:47 schrieb Conrad Berhörster:
> Hello Crypto,
> On Monday 11 August 2008 11:15:06 Crypto wrote:
> > What can I do? What is Your recommended option to get the MIDI ports and
> > audio ports via a system command line interface tool?
> jack_lsp
> best regards c~

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