I need to start jackd server in realtime mode on boot for an audio embedded
Linux based project. However it seems that for OS using PAM like Debian, it's
impossible to get RT priorities for the predefined jackd user during the boot.
I know that starting jackd on boot is something deprecated on most distributions
for security reasons. But, for an embedded system, I think this makes sense as
no other user will ever log in.
So, here's my question : how to get RT priorities for non-root users on boot for
jackd 0.118 or 1.9.5 ?
Thanks for help,
PS : of course, on my system, the jackd server is working perfectly in RT mode
when the user log in and manually start the daemon, even in sudo mode..
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