On 03/24/2013 02:24 PM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
Mmh lekker stroopwafeltjes!
>> As for starting jack from udev. I just run 'dbus-triggerd'  as user.
This works just fine with jack1, too. dbus-tiggerd just launches
commands or shell scripts. It's completely independent from jack's dbus
Though in my case I'm using dbus-tiggerd to [launch a script to] send
dbus messages to jack2 for things such as backend switching..
Anyway if you just want to start it, a udev rule will do the trick as well.
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