[LAU] JACK for multi-processors
brummer- at web.de
Wed Aug 19 02:13:09 EDT 2009
Am Dienstag, den 18.08.2009, 22:56 -0700 schrieb Norval Watson:
> Hi Hermann,
> Thanks for your reply, just checking:
> > jackdmp isn't in sid, you need to build it by your self. Best way (for
> > sid) to switch to jackdmp is to build a dummy(empty) package from jack1,
> So I get the equivs package and build a dummy jackd using equivs-control and equivs build
> (as in this blog http://blog.andrewbeacock.com/2005/09/creating-dummy-debian-package-for.html )
> and call it, say, version 1.0, which is way higher than 0.116
> > use a high version number for it, replace your jack1 installation with
> and install it with dpkg
> > it, and then install jackdmp.
> And get jackdmp, build it from source, and install it (do I have to make a .deb of jackdmp and install with dpkg?)
Yes, that the way I go to handle it. All way's .deb package are easy to
handle later on. I configure jackdmp to install in /usr and
not /usr/local and didn't enable dbus because most audio packages in
sid couldn't use it.
> > This way you fit all dependences from your .deb audio apps and didn`t
> > get probs when you run a upgrade.
> > hermann
> > Am Dienstag, den 18.08.2009, 21:56 -0700 schrieb Norval Watson:
> > > I just realised there is a multi-processor version of JACK called jackdmp.
> > > I'm using jackd 0.116 from the debian repos on a dual core amd64 box.
> > > Do I need/should I be using something else? I can't find jackdmp in the sid
> > repos I use.
> > > TIA
> > > Norv
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