Connecting PA module-jack-sink to a different JACK port [SOLVED]

Lindsay Haisley fmouse at fmp.com
Tue Jul 19 01:26:01 UTC 2011


I did it using jack-connect and jack-disconnect from the
pulse-jack-post-start.sh script :-)

On Mon, 2011-07-18 at 19:08 -0500, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> I'm running PulseAudio and jackd according to the instructions at
> <https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PulseAudio#PulseAudio_through_JACK_the_new_way>.  My consumer grade sound card (Intel) presents 6 input ports in JACK.  Ports 1 and 2 are the default ports, and go to a couple of JBL studio monitors via an external amp.  Input ports 3 and 4 go out through the "rear" jack on the onboard soundcard and are my beep-and-bop ports, and go to a couple of small desktop computer speakers.
> 
> PulseAudio JACK Sink comes up in qjackctl with outputs front-left and
> front-right, automatically connected to the system ports 1 and 2
> (playback_1 and playback_2).  I want my system sounds, which come
> through PulseAudio, kept out of my main speakers and sent instead to my
> small desktop speakers, which means that I want qjackctl to start the PA
> jack_sink and jack_source modules and set the connection to system
> inputs playback_3 and playback_4 instead of the default playback_1 and
> playback_2.  Is there any way to do this using pactl and pacmd from the
> JACK startup scripts, or some other way to do it without disconnecting
> the default connections and manually activating a JACK patchbay?
> 
> I can find precious little documentation on module-jack-sink and
> module-jack-source and how to control the default setup in JACK.
> 
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> 
> 

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Lindsay Haisley       | "Everything works if you let it"
FMP Computer Services |
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