|Subject:||Re: JACK almost working|
|From:||"Norio De Sousa"|
|Date:||Mon, 7 Jul 2008 16:17:33 +0200|
Yup! That was a huge help! Thanks :)
Biggest difference is that I was using specifics (like hw:1,0) instead of the general interface (hw:1). Probably explains it all.
How are your xruns with this setup?
Thanks again Joe! You're a lifesaver!!
2008/7/7 Joe Bain <[email protected]>:
Hi sorry for the late reply. There is a screenshot here of my setup. Important things are highlighted: in blue, use the '>' buttons to select a different input and output (mine were 'hw:1 XioSynth' for input and 'hw:0 Intel ICH6' for output). And in red, I had to set periods/buffers to 8 otherwise jack would crash, this may be different for different devices though.
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