[LAU] zita-jacktools help needed
azvinz at yahoo.de
Tue Jun 16 18:50:21 CEST 2020
Hello Fons, hello Frank,
thank you very much for help and the info. Now I got it to work! :)
But only with a very special tweaking:
I had to rename the folder "utils" to "utils2" and update the import to
"utils2.kmeters" to get it to work.
Really weird, maybe "utils" is used somewhere else on my system?
@Fons: Could it be possible to add the installation info you gave me in
the previous mail to the Readme of jacktools? I don't know it this was
only on my system, but since I'm using LinuxMint (Ubuntu-based), this
could be an interesting information for more people.
Now it's time to dive into jacktools... great!
All the best,
On 6/13/20 11:55 PM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 11:00:34PM +0200, vince wrote:
>> So I copied libzita-convolver and libzita-jclient from /usr/local/lib64 to
>> /usr/lib, but I still get the same error message.
> You should definitely not do that.
> /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/lib64 are for libraries that you compile
> locally from source.
> /usr/lib and /usr/lib64 are for libraries installed by your distro's
> package manager.
> Putting anything else there will may confuse the package manager
> sooner or later when you do a system update.
> The problem is probably that your system is not configured to use
> libraries in /usr/local.
> To fix this (as root)
> 1. Move the libraries back to their original locations under /usr/local
> 2. Using any text editor, Create a file
> in the directory
> The file should contain these two lines:
> 3. Run the command ldconfig
> 4. Reboot
> There will be an update of jacktools very soon.
> Mostly bugfixes etc. but JackGainctl will change.
> The 'rate' parameter in set_gain is no longer supported.
> The rate is now fixed to 600 dB/s expect for mute /unmute
> which will always take 10 milliseconds.
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