Peter Geirnaert wrote:
> ok this works: I simply changed "/usr/bin/qjackctl" to "killal esd &
> /usr/bin/qjackctl" as the "command" in Accesoires >> Alacarte Menu
> Editor, for Jack control (Qjackctl).
> I don't have KDE installed but somedays ago i started changing the
> look and feel of Gnome, and experimented (but didn't finish) with some
> things that I forgot about by now, it wasn't a really good idea ...
> so now if i have this problem again, I'll try "killall esd" or if that
> doesn't work, "alsa force-reload"
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 7:14 PM, Ralf Mardorf
> <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Try this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=221534.
You have to thank Olson, the origin Ubuntu Studio founder for this
trick. I never was a fan of Mark Shuttleworth and I hop you read the
beginning of Olson's thread Why I am going back to Debian
Also interesting http://www.linux-studio.org/news.php?extend.3, I also
just read the beginning of this interview.
Cinelerra seems to be back in the backports, my repository for Cinelerra
has been Harley's repository.
All this makes me say a second time for today; Thank you 64 Studio
people for your distro
If Olson's trick won't work, please check out what will happen, if you
make your soundcard hw:1, like the way, I wrote about before I give you
the link to Olson's trick.
It would be better if anybody has a solution to solve the problem,
instead of doing a trick.
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