[LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd

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Date: Monday, May 23, 2011 - 10:56 pm

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Hi folks,

I'm trying to build an audio logger, that can record from six different
sources to separate files. I've been using the program rotter, and I
thought it was working but have discovered that jackd crashed and recording
was interrupted. Unfortunately this was not reflected by qjackctl, which is
what I use to launch jackd. The qjackctl display showed that jackd was
running, right down to the flashing "RT", but when I tried to launch
meterbridge it complained that the jack server was not running. The
instances of rotter that I launched were still running, but were making
files of just a few bytes, with no audio in them. Is this a bug in
qjackctl? I am using Arch, on a Pentium 4, and using a firewire interface
(Edirol FA-101).

-Steiny
(415)819-2009

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Hi folks,I'm trying to build an audio logger, that =
can record from six different sources to separate files. =A0I've been u=
sing the program rotter, and I thought it was working but have discovered t=
hat jackd crashed and recording was interrupted. =A0Unfortunately this was =
not reflected by qjackctl, which is what I use to launch jackd. =A0The qjac=
kctl display showed that jackd was running, right down to the flashing &quo=
t;RT", but when I tried to launch meterbridge it complained that the j=
ack server was not running. =A0The instances of rotter that I launched were=
still running, but were making files of just a few bytes, with no audio in=
them. =A0Is this a bug in qjackctl? =A0I am using Arch, on a Pentium 4, an=
d using a firewire interface (Edirol FA-101). =A0
-Steiny(415)819-2009

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[LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Eric Steinberg, (Mon May 23, 10:56 pm)
Re: [LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Paul Davis, (Mon May 23, 11:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Eric Steinberg, (Wed Jul 13, 7:00 pm)
Re: [LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Eric Steinberg, (Mon May 23, 11:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Jörn Nettingsmeier, (Tue May 24, 2:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] qjackctl does not reflect state of jackd, Lieven Moors, (Wed May 25, 8:29 pm)