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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: jackd frames/period & latency

    o.k., good amps won't mess...but I have cheap 2.1 speakers lying here, I cannot really use for realtime stuff because they add quite some latency somewhere. got me nuts when messing with the...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: jackd frames/period & latency

    How low you set that parameter (and yes, it's meant to be used for individual tuning) depends on what you want to do with jack. Keyboard responsiveness is one reason to set it low, other's are when...
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    Re: Memory usage - N/A

    Haha, you created a Zombie, mr. Frank N. Stein!

    read other's babble about it:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3559463/is-it-ok-to-call-pthread-exit-from-main

    Why are you doing this, what...
  4. Re: Rendering Half-life 2 game in ASCII for a 486DX-2 ?

    Check out AAlib, there's doom clones rendering gfx to terminal via ascii!

    But bear in mind, games like hl2 don't suck all cpu just for the gfx, but also lots for game logic (collisions etc...),...
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    Re: How do i send MB beep from bash

    maybe you'll want to modprobe the module "pcspkr" to make "beep" or "\a" work. Or remove it from blacklist. occasionally other progs might beep then, too, which can be annoying and is reason for why...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Make programs in Ubuntu

    There are many ways to make your own "programs" for Ubuntu. From simple stuff to full Programs. Every "way" uses some kind of programming language you have to learn first - what kind of language you...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Will upgrading sound card help with Jack?

    Also, try using the free radeon graphics driver instead of the fglrx when doing music stuff. You might want to consider a seperate installation for that. With the free driver things are _much_ better...
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    [all variants] Re: Netbook users, please read...

    Normally, there's ways to drag windows around clicking anywhere on them. In xubuntu, for example, you can hold the "alt" key, and move the window by dragging with mouse/touchpad.
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    [xubuntu] Re: 11.10 fglrx + jackd pain

    No thanks, please no nvidia. I'll rather buy a larger hdd, and use another installation with the free driver for jack stuff!

    Living in Vain something might change with newer Kernels/fglrx...
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    [xubuntu] Re: 11.10 fglrx + jackd pain

    Not been running jack in this session:


    CPU0 CPU1
    0: 73 9 IO-APIC-edge timer
    1: 0 2 IO-APIC-edge i8042
    7: ...
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    [xubuntu] 11.10 fglrx + jackd pain

    Hello there!

    As the title suggests, I've got problems regarding the use of fglrx and jackd. My current system is Xubuntu 11.10 64 bits, with radeon hd 6670, fglrx installed with jockey.

    Now,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: error - compile gpac

    "--warn-common" is a compiler option, that has apparently been removed from gcc at some version.

    you might want to go to the "configure" or "makefile" thingie in the source directory, and search...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Optimizing JACK latency for min. xruns?

    run Jackd in realtime mode & disable cpu frequency scaling (bios disable eist/amdcnq, or by setting all cores to "performance" governour). few years ago people would install realtime kernels to push...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Minecraft low performance

    look here, it explains: http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Hardware

    you've got a very old ati-driver version, but it won't support the kernel and x-server that comes with ubuntu 11.04. you'd have to...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: QjackCtl concepts

    hmm, yes like cables, actually quite simple. but also "relativity" madness:

    I always mix up "input" and "output", for me the readables are "input", because you get input from them, and the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Audio interface low volume

    no driver? if there's throughput, it's a generic driver covering a zillion usb-devices, I guess...just not the volumes configured properly as it seems ;)

    having a driver supporting so many...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Please Upgrade Blender!

    ubuntu does "feature freeze" by intention, meaning at the point the "freeze" happens (some time before official release), version numbers of software won't change anymore. all modifications done...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: ART USB Dual Preamp as audio output

    well, eh...have you tried fireing an alsamixer onto that thing? open a terminal window, and enter something like "alsamixer -c 1", or install something like "gnome-alsamixer". many...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Envy24cntrol stuck on s/pdif output

    I've got an 2496 under 10.04 without pulseadio, and I can select s/pdif in under "master clock" and select one of the rates above it with no problems...is it that option that is stuck? is under...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: Finally! all set up! But Jack hates me

    that something can usually be found well with the command "lsof | grep pcm"
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    [SOLVED] Re: Starting JACK from script

    ls /usr/bin/jack*

    lots of command-line tools there that mess with jack. qjackctl is just a gui, so things like "jack_connect" will also show up in qjack immediately. remember to put some "sleep"...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: sharing a song I made

    very nice, and thanks for sharing! a psychedelic trip , but yet in positive vibrations, which is kind of rare nowadays. harmonics & feel remind me a bit of "mouse on mars", if you know what I mean.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Mic, very low sound level - 10.4 Lucid

    as one last note from me:

    maybe the op could try to record via jack (using some simple jackified recording software, for example mhwaveedit) - use alsamixer to play with the input level. normally...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Mic, very low sound level - 10.4 Lucid

    hmm...if those sliders affect volume of the mic on an alsa-mixer-level, it won't work that way.

    thing is, the left channel is fed with the signal you also receive from the right channel. so if the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Mic, very low sound level - 10.4 Lucid

    Hi! I have the very same mic, but not under 10.04 (I still run 9.10, might install 10.04 soon). I have no real clue about the mic & pulseaudio, because I use it with jack/pure alsa, only. it is not...
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