[LAU] systemd woes with jackd and its permissions (raspbian)

Peter P. peterparker at fastmail.com
Mon Jan 28 13:12:39 CET 2019

* David Runge <dave at sleepmap.de> [2019-01-28 12:26]:
> On 2019-01-28 01:12:52 (+0100), Peter P. wrote:
> > Now this took me four hours so far without success and I wonder what
> > is a functional way to use jackd via systemd on a headless computer in
> > 2019. All comments are very welcome!
> I recommend going the systemd user service way. I have a templated
> unit [1], that I use with specific preset device configurations [2].
> If this should start automatically on boot, you need to enable linger
> for your user (using loginctl)!
Wow, this looks great! Do you know if lingering is enabled persistently
with that one logintcl command?
> Note, when starting in a systemd user unit, the process is started
> outside of your user's session .scope, but below your user's
> @user.service (see loginctl user-status <your-user-name> for reference).
> That's why the PAM related limits.conf won't apply.
Understood! Any reason you specify
and no

cheers, P

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