[PD] Re: gentoo realtime-lsm for pd+jack realtime?
leechun at leechun.freeserve.co.uk
Tue Dec 28 18:00:52 CET 2004
Thanks for the reply;)
> First: yes, ALSA wants to be modules. Always. You can either compile the
> built-in ALSA as modules, or emerge the alsa-driver package.
Argh, I have ALSA compiled not as modules, I will compile it again and see
what happens. In this case, I will have to add to
/etc/moudles.autoload.d/kernel-2.6. "ALSA", right? I have installed
alsa-driver already and it works fine. Only if jack wants realtime as a user
that I get error.
> Second: you need to tell the realtime module who gets to use it. The
> line "modprobe realtime any=1" allows any user to gain realtime
> privileges, or you can specify a UID or GID [user/group ID]. Or add the
> "any=1", "GID=n" or "UID=n" to your /etc/moudles.autoload.d/kernel-2.6
I have done that already. I think my problem is that my ALSA is not as
> good luck,
Thanks, I will need it
> chun lee wrote:
>> Hi there:
>> Finally got round to install realtime-lsm on my newly install gentoo
>> I got realtime-lsm form emerge and then added "realtime" to
>> /etc/moudles.autoload.d/kernel-2.6. Upon reboot, realtime starts ok but when
>> I try to start jack with realtime using qjackctl as normal user. I got a
>> error saying
>> Cannot load driver module alsa
>> Could not connect to JACK server as client
>> Does this mean that I need to have the alsa support compiled as modules for
>> the kernel like realtime-lsm instead of compile into kernel?
>> Many thanks
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