Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] jack question
From: j.c.w. (jcwjcw_AT_qwest.net)
Date: Tue Nov 19 2002 - 20:59:38 EET
that was it. old libs will get ya every time kiddies... thanks a
million! you saved me (i'm guessing) about 10 hours of digging around
before i would have come to my senses...
Jesse Chappell wrote:
>j.c.w. wrote on Tue, 19-Nov-2002:
> > yes, i rebuilt everything from scratch _after_ i rebuilt jack. that's
> > what has me so confused. i track the jack-dev list and haven't seen
> > anyone with a similar situation, so i am at a bit of a loss...
>Are you sure that there is no other older jackd or libjack.so* that
>could be picked up at runtime exists on your system?
> > of course, i am assuming that freqtweak et al have caught up with the
> > most recent jack changes, but i thought that the occurences of
> > "playback" and "capture" would indicate that they had.
>freqtweak should be alright if you are using 0.4.5 or CVS.
> > >>greetings all,
> > >>wazowski:/home/jcw# freqtweak -i none,none -n ft
> > >>JACK error: cannot connect input port: none -> _pcm:playback_18
> > >>JACK error: cannot connect output port: ft:in_1 -> alsa_pcm:playback_1
> > >>JACK error: cannot connect input port: none -> %
> > >>JACK error: cannot connect output port: -> alsa_pcm:playback_2
>This is a frightening output ;} Definitely looks like some
>sort of jackd/libjack mismatch with all the messed up portname
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