[linux-audio-user] Re: Two soundcards with JACK

Johan Mattsson mayouan at isonews2.com
Wed Aug 2 14:01:34 EDT 2006


Kjetil S. Matheussen wrote:
>
> Johan Mattsson:
>>> You should run one jackd for each card and use jack_diplomat to connect
>>> them.
>>>
>>> Lee
>>>
>>>
>> Having several instances of jack seems like the solve, I am not
>> interested in sharing audio between the two cards.
>>
>> What is jack_diplomat? I found nothing about it on the jack website.
>>
>> Will qjackctl work with this?
>>
>
> Isn't it possible to google jack-diplomat? Its jack o'quin's program.
>
> Anyway, an easier program to use could be torben hohn's alsa_connect,
> found inside the jacknet package. With that one, you don't have to 
> start more than one jack server.
>
>

I did search on google for jack-diplomat, I ask here since I did not 
find anything useful except for a German wikipage with a dead link.

Is using one instance of jackd implying jack everything must be synced? 
If that is the case is using several instances of jack probably better 
even if there is some way around it syncing with jacknet.

Is jacknet netjack?

Johan


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