On Sat, 26 Jan 2013 23:36:32 +0100, Bob van der Poel
> I've decided that the only way I'm going to get my system to record
No need to use jackd with audacity, unless you are thinking of feeding it
audio from other software - in which case I would recommend using a DAW,
not an audio editor like Audiacty. Something like Qtractor or Ardour may
suit you better.
Also, why not use a jack control application, such as qjackctl?
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