[linux-audio-user] Re: Two soundcards with JACK
nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Aug 2 14:40:16 EDT 2006
On Wed, 2006-08-02 at 20:01 +0200, Johan Mattsson wrote:
> 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.
Apparently can be found at:
(found link here:
> 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?
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