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Tue Nov 3 10:50:01 GMT 2009


Thank you.

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Tommy Hjalmarsson wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:4AF225E7.4060709 at bredband.net" type="cite">Elliott
Barcikowski wrote:
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  <blockquote type="cite">Hi,
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This is my first response here.&nbsp; I imagine you're using realtime in
jack?&nbsp; In the limits.conf file you need to allow realtime for a "audio"
group.&nbsp; Then add your user to the audio group in this example.&nbsp;
Something like this:
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@audio - rtprio 99
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@audio - memlock unlimited
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@audio - nice -10
    <br>
    <br>
I'm not at my home machine so I don't know if these are the values I
have.&nbsp; I just took them off some forum post.&nbsp; But this is approximately
right.&nbsp; If this is even your problem that is.
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You can find instructions for this online.&nbsp; Maybe search for rt-linux
ubuntu or something.&nbsp; I don't really have time at the moment to find
them. <br>
I apologize in advance if this has nothing to do with your problem.
    <br>
    <br>
Elliott
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    <br>
On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 5:20 PM, Tommy Hjalmarsson
&lt;<a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:tommy.h at bredband.net">tommy.h at bredband.net</a> <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:tommy.h at bredband.net">&lt;mailto:tommy.h at bredband.net&gt;</a>&gt; wrote:
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I have installed UbSt 9,10 64 bit. And I can start Jack and Ardour
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; if I
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; have the starter for them on my desktop and write gksudo (and I
don't
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; need to write my root password, thats strange) in
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; preferences/commando.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The shorter version, Jack work when I'm are "root", and it is honky
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; dory, it's working anyway.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; But...................
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I can't however not connect as a "client" to the Jack server with
Jack
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; as "user", only as "root". The error message points on that Jack
can't
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; connect as a client. And this last line (not in red color):
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; /(&lt;unknown&gt;:13353): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; scalable/animations
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; of theme Ny_hjalle has no size field/
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; hjalle=me/user. I don't get the error message as root, *and I dont
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; know
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; if it is a big error*. If I somehow have made a strange user
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; "Ny_hjalle"&nbsp; for the sound server, in what config file can i find
it?
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; (I cant find Ny_hjalle in my user settings)
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Must I make a Jack user group with "user rights " or....what?
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 9,10 sounds better than 9.04 however on my laptop.....but only as
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; root:)
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; /Tommy Hjalmarsson
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This feels right, thanks.&nbsp; Rapport coming later.
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<tt><big><big><big><big><b>Solved</b></big></big></big></big>, it's
working now as user.<br>
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With this:<br>
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<pre><tt><i>sudo su -c 'echo @audio - rtprio 99 &gt;&gt; /etc/security/limits.conf'
sudo su -c 'echo @audio - nice -10 &gt;&gt; /etc/security/limits.conf'
sudo su -c 'echo @audio - memlock unlimited &gt;&gt; /etc/security/limits.conf'</i>



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