[linux-audio-user] Compiling jack_FST

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Sun Nov 28 00:00:19 EST 2004


I do not install 'rstools'. I don't think that's necessary in a
general sense. I thought that was a Suse thing or somethign like that.

I run 2.6.9-rc2-mm4-VP-S7 with the LSM module and Wine-20041019, but
it works with any Wine released in 2004. (AFAIK)


On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 20:21:29 -0800, Russell Hanaghan
<hanaghan at starband.net> wrote:
> 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 !)
> >
> >
> >
> >
> Also, what Kernel are you running?
> 
> R~
>



More information about the linux-audio-user mailing list