[LAU] USB audio hotplug

Mac macdroid53 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 13:52:36 CET 2020

Thanks to all for the replies!

On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 9:16 PM Len Ovens <len at ovenwerks.net> wrote:

> On Mon, 9 Mar 2020, Jacek Konieczny wrote:
> > On 07.03.2020 15:35, Mac wrote:
> >> I have used UbuntuStudio for quite a while. And, when IO plug in a USB
> >> audio device it magically appears on the port list (for example in
> Carla).
> >
> > > I find myself attempting to set up a Debian 10 system and would like
> > the same to happen.
> >
> > It is the 'autojack' script from the UbuntuStudio Controls package that
> > does this magic. Maybe it is possible to install that package in Debian,
> > or you could just try to update and install that script manually.
> You can either remove Cadence which, because it does the same kinds of
> things, does not work at the same time. Or you can hack autojack to remove
> most of it's funtionality except the part that monitors the system dbus
> for USB audio device plugin events and runs zita-ajbridge to connect it to
> jackd that Cadence has already run. Or create your own script that does
> this.
> That is only if using zita-ajbridge does what you want. It will not change
> the jack master to the USB device when it is plugged in unless the whole
> of studio-controls is used. As far as that goes, this second option is the
> better of the two options in my opinion.
> Note that if you only use the utilities Cadence ships with and not Cadence
> itself... and never run Cadence.... feel free to hack the Studio-controls
> package to remove the part that does not allow the two to be installed
> together or unpack the thing with an archive manager and install the bits
> you want manually. However, it is unlikely the author of either package
> will support that kind of use.  :)
> It should be possible to run cadence and Studio-controls together if
> Studio-controls was to detect Cadence as being used and stayed out of it's
> way mostly. But that has not been done (and is not likely).
> --
> Len Ovens
> www.ovenwerks.net
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