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AFAIK, no compilation flags are needed to enable jack support for pd-ext.
After starting qjack, Have you already tried launching pd from terminal with
pdextended -jack channels 2
I don't know kxstudio, but IMHO it's unlikely that Pd would kick out jack.
Here Ubuntu Lynx AudioPro customized, pd-ext 0.42.5.
> I use kxstudio which allows all audio to be routed to jack by default.
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I use kxstudio which allows all audio to be routed to jack by default.
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Do I need to recompile pd manually in order to make it play nice?
Thanks for any input.
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