[LAU] jackd and jamin: xine disconnects at every song

Rui Nuno Capela rncbc at rncbc.org
Thu Aug 27 19:43:21 EDT 2009

lanas wrote:
> Le Jeudi, 27 Août 2009 10:23:29 +0200,
> <hollunder at gmx.at> a écrit :
>> One possible solution for you would be qjackctls patchbay where you
>> could set up a persistent connection from xine to jamin. I haven't
>> tried it but it could work good enough.
> Thanks, this works good, as it establishes automatically the xine ->
> jamin connection at every song.  That works.  On the other hand,
> xine always conencts to the system sound at every song so there are two
> conenctions.  The automatic one configured with qjackctl's patchbay,
> and xine's own.  So at the start of each song I have to disconnect the
> conenction xine made to leave the one configured by the patchbay alone.
> Is there a way with qjackctl to prevent a connection to be made ?  If
> it does, the user interface is not that intuitive about it.

while in qjackctl patchbay, try the "exclusive" flag at the xine side.

as designed, any other connections will get shutdown and only the ones
defined (in your case xine->jamin) will be kept, again and again. thus
the said "exclusive" semantics

rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
rncbc at rncbc.org

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