[LAU] Jack max ports question
peterparker at fastmail.com
Mon Aug 3 15:46:46 UTC 2015
* Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com> [2015-07-31 19:46]:
> * Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> [2015-07-31 19:12]:
> > the -p (port max) is an argument to the SERVER, not the backend. jack
> > command line syntax:
> > jackd [ SERVER ARGUMENTS ] -d BACKEND [ BACKEND ARGUMENTS ]
> > the -p should come before the -d.
> Absolutely, thank you Paul, this is so true!
> Rui, then qjackctl issues these parameters in the wrong sequence (and
> stores them to ~/.jackdrc in that way as well).
I just double-checked and it seems it was my fault. I was in a very busy
situation setting up a 48 channels WFS array and possibly confused
things. I looked at it today again and have not been able to reproduce
the error. Qjackctl starts jackd with the two different -p parameters
Please excuse the noise,
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