[linux-audio-user] Need some help figuring out how to make ardour master over jackd and a weird UI error/crash

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To: 'A list for linux audio users' <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Friday, January 7, 2005 - 1:30 am

Hi all,

This probably may seem like a trivial thing but as of late I've been
experiencing some difficulties with ardour + jack. Considering that I will
be teaching it in the upcoming weeks in my Linux & Multimedia class, this
may seem extra lame on my part :-) but nonetheless I am here to ask for some
kind assistance in this matter...

Here's the scoop on the issue:

I start jackd and everything is happy.
I start ardour and still everything is happy.
I create a session add some tracks etc. and still everything is happy.
Now, I try to press play in Ardour and nothing happens.
I press play on the qjackctl and sure enough it plays.

OK, so now I want to make Ardour master over Jackd, right? So, I go into
"Options" and there I find that timing sync says "Master" suggesting
"Ardour" is master. Below, two options are checked "Jack something (can't
remember)" and "Jack transport sync" or something like it (currently away
from my beloved Linux box).

I try unchecking that as well as any other options and nothing. I simply
cannot get Ardour to be master.

In addition I tried recording something and as soon as I press record and
play on an audio track I get:

"CRITICAL: UI request POOL OUT OF MEMORY - RECOMPILE WITH LARGER SIZE!!!"
And then... crash.

I am using Mdk 10.0 (Thac's rpms) stuff (ardour-0.9cvs041014). I also tried
10.1 (ardour beta22) on a different 10.1 Mdk machine and I got the same
errors...

Any ideas?

Any help on this issue would be highly appreciated!

Best wishes,

Ivica Ico Bukvic, composer & multimedia sculptor
http://meowing.ccm.uc.edu/~ico/

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