[LAU] html5 in ff through jack

Glen MacArthur info at bandshed.net
Wed Jun 15 17:47:22 UTC 2016


That is indeed promising news, but if you don't want to compile FF right
off the bat there are other options for Debian users. The easiest would be
to install falkTX's 'Cadence' application from his Debian compatible KX
Studio repositories. Cadence is an alternate frontend to set up JACK and
also includes an implementation of the ALSA Loopback which should route
your browser Audio from ALSA to your selected JACK device.

Cadence is best suited to working with JACK2 but does work with JACK1 as

Secondly AV Linux which is now based on Debian Testing also has an
'aloop-daemon' which is a more minimalistic implementation of ALSA
Loopback and is intended to work with JACK1 and Qjackctl, at the current
time this is only readily available in AV Linux itself but with sufficient
interest the packages could be made avaialable however the AV Linux way
requires a little extra config fiddling than just installing the packages
but I could explain further if you are interested.


Peter P. wrote:
> Hi Robin,
> * Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> [2016-06-15 12:18]:
>> On 06/15/2016 10:00 AM, Peter P. wrote:
>> > Hi list,
>> >
>> > I have been search the archives and the web a bit and it seems there
>> is
>> > no easy way to route html5 audio playback from firefox through jack on
>> > Debian testing.
>> Wait for another week or three.
>> Firefox/git features native JACK input & output since last week. Largely
>> thanks to Damien Zammit.
> Thanks to Damien as well as to you Robin to let us know. Do you know
> what version number this is, and when this might become available as
> debian package?
> cheers cheers!
> Peter
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