On Mon, 2006-02-06 at 21:30 -0500, Lee Revell wrote:
Since it looks like this is happening the next question is, what do we
thing is a sane default config.
IMHO it needs to be secure OOTB, but we don't want to make users
edit /etc/security/limits.conf, I propose that we
ship /etc/security/limits.conf with the "audio" group set up for
realtime access, but do not add the default user to this group at
If Ubuntu already places the default user in group "audio", I think we
need to use another group "realtime".
So all that's needed for JACK in realtime mode is "gpasswd -a joeuser
There might also be a good argument that we *do* want to allow realtime
access to the default user...