OK. I found another Radeon card in an old machine, swapped it into my
On Sun, 16 May 2010, Orcan Ogetbil wrote:
> I know you are frustrated. But let's help each other, shall we?
Here's the output of the queries you suggested:
[root@angel ~]# rpm -q jack-audio-connection-kit qjackctl pulseaudio
[root@angel ~]# uname -r
I continued poking at the system, and stumbled upon more problems:
Launch Ardour, open new session, selecting 'automatically connect inputs'.
Add two mono tracks to session. Select track 1. Input at top of editor
mixer strip shows a '-', and pop-up when hovering shows 'disconnected'.
I click on it, and select 'in 1'. Input box still shows '-' and hover
text shows 'disconnected', yet when I click on it again, 'in 1' is checked
in the popup menu.
I enable record on that track, enable record in the transport section, and
click the play button. Nothing happens - the record button continues to
flash as if enabled, but the playhead doesn't move. No indication that
anything is being recorded.
I decide to give up there. I click 'session' then 'close', get the
reminder that I haven't saved, and click 'just close'. Nothing happens,
and Ardour locks up. Several minutes later, I issue a kill from a
terminal window, and Ardour disappears.
In that terminal window, I issue 'ps aux | grep jack', and learn that jack
is still running. I attempt to kill it, it doesn't die, then kill it
again with -s 9, to no avail.
I did check /etc/security/limits.conf, and found this at the end:
## Automatically appended by the Planet CCRMA jack-audio-connection-kit
* - rtprio 99
* - memlock 4194304
* - nice -10
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