On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 9:41 PM, Atte André Jensen wrote:
I confirm Fons' observation regarding jack2 from AUR (git version), it gives
the same error.
However, compiling jack2 using the package sources from [community]
works. You can retrieve them either via the abs command or manually.
Using those package sources together with the -O0 flag got me rid of jack's
undesired behaviour, It's just my guess that your issue might be related.
Don't install anything from source, unless by the usual makepkg/packman tools.
As long as you use provides=(jack`) and conflicts=('jack') in the PKGBUILD,
the locally built package will just replace the precompiled one, nothing needs
to be removed.
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