On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 10:48 PM, Rick Green wrote:
I am in the Audio Production team of Fedora, we work collaboratively
with CCRMA. We need further information to find the problem.
* First, what version of jack and what version of kernel are you
using? Fedora comes with jack1, whereas the CCRMA has jack2 which
would replace jack1 if you choose so. (We are planning to import jack2
to Fedora soon.)
* What recommendations did you follow for setting
/etc/security/limits.conf? We need to make sure you didn't follow an
advise from a random link from the web. CCRMA's jack2 needs different
settings than Fedora's jack1. CCRMA's jack2 package does the
modifications in /etc/security/limits.conf automatically. Fedora's
jack1 does need some manual tweaking, as specified in
* What error messages do you get?
* You talked about interactions with pulseaudio but what did you end
up doing? Did you uninstall it?
I recommend joining the CCRMA mailing list, as there are many more
people there to help you. e.g. I can't help you much pulseaudio since
I always remove it from my systems, but there are people at CCRMA who
Your experience and opinion are important for us since we don't want
the initial set up to be a turndown for new users.
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