[linux-audio-user] Compiling jack_FST

Russell Hanaghan hanaghan at starband.net
Sat Nov 27 23:21:29 EST 2004


motorhammer wrote:

>Thanks a lot for your replies.
>
>Now Jack works fine with Real Time priority. I tested it with Rosegarden, 
>Hydrogen and a midi keyboard.
>Just for the tip, when using Suse (may work on other distro...I don't know) 
>instead of "installing" LSM, just install the package "rtstools". This allow 
>root to set priority on a running application throught its PID process.
>The "SUSE LINUX – User Guide" explain how to use it. It's in chapter 
>"Buffering and Latencies".
>
>Ok, jack run fine, but not jack_fst.
>
>When I run jack_fst as a user, it returns me these errors:
> -:58: error: unexpected character `{', expected character `}'
> -:58: error: unexpected character `{', expected character `}'
>
>And when I run it as root, it returns me no errors, but the kernel crash 
>completely ! The VST gui start fine, and then the system crash. I can just 
>move the mouse. No errors are returned.
>After rebooting, I'm must restart my sound system throught YAST (Suse control 
>panel) to have sound. So It seems to be in relation with sound drivers......I 
>don't know--
>
>Any idea ?
>
>(Sorry for my bad english !)
>
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Also, what Kernel are you running?

R~


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