trying to run my firepod
mikeh789 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 30 18:44:41 BST 2010
try running sudo qjackctl and see if you can get JACK running with the
firepod... if it runs as root, you know you have permissions issues... if
not, its hardware related... check out
echo 'KERNEL=="raw1394", GROUP="video", MODE="0664"' |
sudo tee /etc/udev/rules.d/50-raw1394.rules
&& sudo restart udev
from that post...
running JACK as root is only a trouble-shooting step for me...
On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 1:38 PM, mentoj dija <mentoj_dija at gmx.de> wrote:
> hello list,
> my firepod arrived today, hell yea!
> but now, the challange to keep it running.
> so i found this website (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=522738)
> with some instructions how to do it.
> *-install a realtime kernel:* obviously there is no one in the standart
> installation. so i just skiped this point. i only want to record and dont
> care for long delays.
> *- Obtain/checkfor FW lib and raw1394: *the libraw1394-11 is installed.
> i'm not sure what to do with this FW lib. but i also installed the package
> libfreebob0 which seemed to be important
> *- Set permissions for raw1394 for GROUP="audio"*: thats where i got stuck
> now. don't know what to do. is there a file "raw1394"?
> *- Enable/check user for group audio:* group already exists. but enable it
> for what?
> then i filled in all these listed jack settings. i also enabled the raw1394
> access at ubuntu-studio-control. but jack is not working at all. it stops
> with the message:
> Cannot connect to server socket
> jack server is not running or cannot be started
> before i did all that i tried the "firewire"-driver instead of "firebob".
> and it worked. but with to much x-runs. so ich changed settings and stuff,
> and now, its also not working with this firewire-driver ;-)
> so is there a very simple thing i have to do?
> thank you + have a nive weekend
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