Andras Simon wrote: > On 9/15/09, lanas <[email protected]> wrote: >> Hi, >> >> Using yum I've installed jackd and qjackctl on an fully updated F11 >> x86_64 system. When using qjackctl to start jackd it reports that it >> cannot connect to alsa. What would be the proper configuration to use >> jackd on a F11 x86_64 system ? > > Maybe PulseAudio stands between jackd and alsa? I'm not sure if you > can have both (i.e. jackd and PA). If not, then the required > configuration for jackd is throwing out PA. > > Andras > There is a plug in, I believe for jackd, that lets it work with PA. I don't remember then name, but you can search for it. Try doing a search for pulse or jack in yumex. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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