Re: [LAU] Giving JACKD a device NAME on the commandline

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Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - 10:02 am

On 06/12/2013 11:55 AM, Julien Claassen wrote:

Hi Julien,

Try
jackd -t 4500 -d alsa -d hw:M1010LT -p 128 -z shaped

You omitted the hw: part before the ALSA card name. I've omitted -R and
-r 48000 because those are default values.

> JACK told me, that M1010LT caused an ALSA open error, since the

Then it would be best to have JACK started by that particular session.
There are several ways to do this, probably starting JACK from .bashrc
would be the easiest way to set this up.

Regards,

Jeremy

> Thanks for any help on either of those.

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[LAU] Giving JACKD a device NAME on the commandline, Julien Claassen, (Wed Jun 12, 9:55 am)
Re: [LAU] Giving JACKD a device NAME on the commandline, Jeremy Jongepier, (Wed Jun 12, 10:02 am)
Re: [LAU] Giving JACKD a device NAME on the commandline, Julien Claassen, (Wed Jun 12, 10:40 am)