Adrian Knoth wrote:
No, I'm using a Debian and Ubuntu, were it's easy to build dummy
packages and I'm using Suse too, were it's much dirtier. I'm doing this
just to test a sequencer, my favourite distro is 64 Studio and they ship
with the JACK I wish to use.
> I don't know the details, but the build system
Nobody. I don't have money, but at least an Envy24 card around 50 EUR
would make an on-board audio device obsolete.
> They buy themselves a Multiface, a FFADO-supported card or some other
JACK2 doesn't disconnect clients. The disadvantage: There might be
phasing between the left and the right channel. The advantage: Even if
your hardware isn't good for usage with Linux audio, you are able to use
it, but the quality isn't optimal.
> Nobody said "tschack also has SMP and even performs better than jackd2",
Users like me who reported their experiences were dissed other users got
Apple or Microsoft and there only were the users that were comfortable.
And now I'm comfortable, because I do need JACK2, but I'm empathetic
with those who prefer JACK1, because I did suffer a lot when JACK1 was
default, while I need to use JACK2.
There's only one good solution. Every user must have the choice between
JACK1 and JACK2.
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