2013/7/13 Jeremy Jongepier :
It seems it did my trick as well, great!
For the moment sound seems to be as clean as it can until the moment I
debug other inner noises (it sounds like that of physical hard drives
turning, but there's none in RPi (?)) when nothing is plugged in the
I implemented just the first part that solution: uncomment the line
"session required pam_limits.so"
Now my script and applicacionts run with "pi" user. Great again, Jeremy!
Now, there's just a minimum issue, but I can live with it. Rackarrack
runs now as "pi" user and it should take its configuration from user's
$HOME, that is what it should be "/home/pi", but it seems that it
The difference between running the launcher script when logged in as
pi is that it takes the MIDI mapping configured in preferences, but
when launched automatically on init phase it takes the default MIDI
I run the launcher script from the service script with:
su -l -c $STARTPATH/launcherscript.sh pi
...and "-l" should load the pi environment (I checked it when
debugging). Maybe is something specific with Rakarrack.
Thanks so much, Jeremy.
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