At Tue, 10 Jul 2012 17:54:34 -0400,
James Harkins wrote:
So, after a reboot, Jack can finally start again using the built-in hardware.
Another user kindly suggested, off list, that I might need to kill jackdbus when changing the device. Maybe I'll just add that as a post-stop script. Of course that isn't ideal, but it seems pretty clear that something in the system is persisting the device selection in memory and refusing to look at later configuration changes.
Let me start another thread for the .asoundrc configuration. I have an... interesting... set of requirements. I'm not sure those requirements can be met by creating a one-size-fits-all ALSA device and leaving the Jack configuration alone all the time. Another topic...
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