Re: [linux-audio-user] jack and Edirol UA-1A USB soundcard

From: Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Jul 21 2005 - 13:01:04 EEST

Clemens Ladisch wrote:

> This doesn't quite look like an ALSA or USB problem because jack
> continues to access the sound device event when no client is
> connected.


> Does it freeze too if you use jack with the onboard device (hw:0)?

No, never. That is an onboard i810.

I'm still *very* interrested in help in getting the system more stable
as I had to do a few tricks to make the system glitch free. Here's what
I did to make it bearable for now:

1) added the "magic" option nrpacks=1 to my /etc/init.d/alsa. this made
the system stable
2) running jackd with "-R -dalsa -dhw:1 -r44100 -p128 -n3 -P, so only
playback (which is ok for now, I'm mostly running softsynths live) and a
latency of 8.7 ms (according to qjackctl) which is ok too. this was the
best setting I could come up with...
3) there were occational glitches (not xruns) in the sound under gnome,
so I went back to my beloved openbox (don't know why I left it in the
first place)

   .''`.  Peace, love & harmony
  : :' :  Atte
  `. `'
Received on Thu Jul 21 16:15:07 2005

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