On Sat, 2010-05-15 at 00:33 -0400, Rick Green wrote:
I you want to try Planet CCRMA you should start by following the
recommendations on how to install it here (maybe you already did?):
If you start by installing planetccrma-core-* then you should get a
properly configured rt kernel, misc alsa packages that are not installed
by default and optimization software (rtirq). Installing the kernel
alone is not nearly enough.
Then you should upgrade to the jack package that is part of Planet
CCRMA. This will set up universal access for the realtime schedule (and
you don't need touch anything in /etc/security/*).
> Again, this is from memory, but it was the recommendation that jack
If you install the Planet CCRMA version of jack (1.9.x instead 0.x) then
pulseaudio will automagically release the soundcard that jack wants to
use when jack starts (and reaquire it when jack stops).
> > I recommend joining the CCRMA mailing list, as there are many more
Hmmm, did you actually install planetccrma-core?
> up until
Just a matter of time available to do it. I wanted to restructure it and
have been awfully busy. Sorry for the inconvenience.
> I also had trouble trying to install jack. qjackctl didn't draw it in,
(for example, in a terminal you could say "yum list *jack*" and you
would get a meaningful packages)
If you installed the Planet CCRMA repositories it should have been
available as an upgrade anyway.
> I finally just launched qjackctl and pressed the 'start'
Try updating jack to the Planet CCRMA jack ("yum install
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