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Old 05-15-2008, 11:01 PM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?

Mine is recognized, and I can start jackd using it, but I get no sound
from the device and repeated error messages saying

"cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Resource temporarily
unavailable)"

followed by the message "jackd has crashed"

I have enabled raw1394 access and I am able to retrieve information from
the device using gscanbus

My system is a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. lspci reports the firewire
controller as "FireWire (IEEE 1394): Ricoh Co Ltd R5C832 IEEE 1394
Controller"



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Old 05-16-2008, 04:56 AM
Asmo Koskinen
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

Chris Wenn kirjoitti:
> Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?
>

Here is something, Pau Arumi’s blog:

"I have not tested the non-pro versions (Saffire and Saffire LE), but I
guess it applies also to them."

"I’m very thankful to Pieter Palmer for the quick help at #ffado irc
channel."

http://parumi.wordpress.com/2007/12/20/how-to-have-focusrite-saffire-working-on-ubuntu-gutsy/

Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.

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Old 05-16-2008, 08:00 AM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 07:56 +0300, Asmo Koskinen wrote:
> Chris Wenn kirjoitti:
> > Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?
> >
>
> Here is something, Pau Arumi’s blog:
>
> "I have not tested the non-pro versions (Saffire and Saffire LE), but I
> guess it applies also to them."
>
> "I’m very thankful to Pieter Palmer for the quick help at #ffado irc
> channel."
>
> http://parumi.wordpress.com/2007/12/20/how-to-have-focusrite-saffire-working-on-ubuntu-gutsy/
>
> Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.
>

Thanks, Asmo, but I've already been through those instructions - I'm not
getting the same error, either. I know other users on Ubuntu Forums, the
Ardour forums and other places claim to have this device working, so I'm
wondering what the problem is - after all, I've paid a lot for a device
which is supposed to be supported!

I can start jack OK, but as soon as I try to do anything, it crashes...

This is the output of qjackctl's verbose messages:

17:53:42.703 Patchbay deactivated.

17:53:42.756 Statistics reset.

17:53:42.765 ALSA connection graph change.

17:53:42.963 ALSA connection change.

17:54:12.979 Startup script...

17:54:12.979 artsshell -q terminate

17:54:13.401 Startup script terminated with exit status=256.

17:54:13.401 JACK is starting...

17:54:13.402 /usr/bin/jackd -v -R -P89 -m -dfreebob -dhw:0 -r48000 -p256
-n2 -D

17:54:13.404 JACK was started with PID=12942.

getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_dummy.so

getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_oss.so

getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_freebob.so

getting driver descriptor from /usr/lib/jack/jack_alsa.so

jackd 0.109.2

Copyright 2001-2005 Paul Davis and others.

jackd comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY

This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it

under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details

JACK compiled with System V SHM support.

server `default' registered

registered builtin port type 32 bit float mono audio

registered builtin port type 8 bit raw midi

clock source = system clock via clock_gettime

loading driver ..

new client: freebob_pcm, id = 1 type 1 @ 0x8070108 fd = -1

Freebob using Firewire port 0, node -1

new buffer size 256

LibFreeBoB MSG: FreeBoB Streaming Device Init

LibFreeBoB MSG: Using FreeBoB lib version libfreebob 1.0.7

LibFreeBoB MSG: Device information:

LibFreeBoB MSG: Device options:

LibFreeBoB MSG: Port : 0

LibFreeBoB MSG: Device Node Id : -1

LibFreeBoB MSG: Samplerate : 48000

LibFreeBoB MSG: Period Size : 256

LibFreeBoB MSG: Nb Buffers : 2

LibFreeBoB MSG: Directions : 0

showDevice: not implemented

17:54:14.039 ALSA connection graph change.

FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI IN port dev1c_Midi In

FreeBoB MSG: Register MIDI OUT port dev1p_Midi Out

FreeBoB MSG: Streaming thread running with Realtime scheduling, priority
93

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C0_dev1c_Rec 1

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C1_dev1c_Rec 2

registered port system:capture_1, offset = 1024

registered port system:capture_2, offset = 2048

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C2_dev1c_Rec 3

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C3_dev1c_Rec 4

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C4_dev1c_Rec 5

FreeBoB MSG: Registering audio capture port C5_dev1c_Rec 6

FreeBoB MSG: Don't register capture port for dev1c_Midi In

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P0_dev1p_Play 1

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P1_dev1p_Play 2

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P2_dev1p_Play 3

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P3_dev1p_Play 4

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P4_dev1p_Play 5

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P5_dev1p_Play 6

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P6_dev1p_Play 7

FreeBoB MSG: Registering playback audio port P7_dev1p_Play 8

FreeBoB MSG: Don't register playback port dev1p_Midi Out

registered port system:capture_3, offset = 3072

registered port system:capture_4, offset = 4096

registered port system:capture_5, offset = 5120

registered port system:capture_6, offset = 6144

registered port systemlayback_1, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_2, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_3, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_4, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_5, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_6, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_7, offset = 0

registered port systemlayback_8, offset = 0

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

-- jack_rechain_graph()

FreeBoB MSG: MIDI threads running with Realtime scheduling, priority 92

FreeBoB MSG: MIDI queue thread started

libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 0.

You may need to manually set the channel on the receiving node.

libiec61883 warning: Established connection on channel 1.

You may need to manually set the channel on the transmitting node.

12942 waiting for signals

17:54:14.219 ALSA connection change.

17:54:15.434 Server configuration saved to "/home/chris/.jackdrc".

17:54:15.435 Statistics reset.

17:54:15.436 Client activated.

17:54:15.439 JACK connection change.

17:54:15.442 JACK connection graph change.

new client: qjackctl, id = 2 type 2 @ 0xb7ed6000 fd = 17

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

load = 2.1283 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000

load = 3.2393 max usecs: 232.000, spare = 5101.000

load = 3.8041 max usecs: 233.000, spare = 5100.000

load = 3.9084 max usecs: 214.000, spare = 5119.000

load = 3.9043 max usecs: 208.000, spare = 5125.000

load = 4.0804 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000

load = 4.2060 max usecs: 231.000, spare = 5102.000

load = 4.1469 max usecs: 218.000, spare = 5115.000

load = 4.0798 max usecs: 214.000, spare = 5119.000

load = 4.0088 max usecs: 210.000, spare = 5123.000

load = 4.0951 max usecs: 223.000, spare = 5110.000

new client: hydrogen-tmp, id = 3 type 2 @ 0xb7ed5000 fd = 20

removing disconnected client hydrogen-tmp state = Not triggered errors =
0

removing client "hydrogen-tmp"

removing client "hydrogen-tmp" from the processing chain

17:54:27.964 JACK connection graph change.

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

new client: Hydrogen-1, id = 4 type 2 @ 0xb7ed5000 fd = 20

registered port Hydrogen-1ut_L, offset = 7168

registered port Hydrogen-1ut_R, offset = 8192

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client Hydrogen-1: in subgraph after qjackctl, execution_order=1.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=19, execution_order=2 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

unknown destination port in attempted connection [alsa_pcmlayback_1]

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

removing disconnected client Hydrogen-1 state = Not triggered errors = 0

removing client "Hydrogen-1"

removing client "Hydrogen-1" from the processing chain

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=16, execution_order=1 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

17:54:28.018 ALSA connection graph change.

17:54:28.060 ALSA connection change.

load = 3.1445 max usecs: 117.000, spare = 5216.000

load = 3.5505 max usecs: 211.000, spare = 5122.000

load = 3.7160 max usecs: 207.000, spare = 5126.000

load = 3.9019 max usecs: 218.000, spare = 5115.000

load = 4.0792 max usecs: 227.000, spare = 5106.000

load = 3.9522 max usecs: 204.000, spare = 5129.000

load = 4.0106 max usecs: 217.000, spare = 5116.000

load = 4.1242 max usecs: 226.000, spare = 5107.000

load = 4.2091 max usecs: 229.000, spare = 5104.000

load = 4.2797 max usecs: 232.000, spare = 5101.000

load = 4.3337 max usecs: 234.000, spare = 5099.000

load = 4.2482 max usecs: 222.000, spare = 5111.000

load = 4.2055 max usecs: 222.000, spare = 5111.000

load = 4.0622 max usecs: 209.000, spare = 5124.000

load = 4.1688 max usecs: 228.000, spare = 5105.000

load = 4.1095 max usecs: 216.000, spare = 5117.000

17:54:48.050 ALSA connection graph change.

17:54:48.051 Shutdown notification.

17:54:48.055 JACK is stopping...

17:54:48.056 JACK is being forced...

cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Success)

zombified - calling shutdown handler

17:54:48.063 JACK has crashed.

17:54:48.096 ALSA connection change.

17:54:48.257 JACK was stopped successfully.

17:54:48.257 Post-shutdown script...

17:54:48.257 killall jackd

jackd: no process killed

17:54:48.667 Post-shutdown script terminated with exit status=256.

17:54:57.200 ALSA connection graph change.

17:54:57.303 ALSA connection change.



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Old 05-16-2008, 08:25 AM
altern
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

Chris Wenn(e)k dio:
> Does anyone have this device working on Ubuntu Studio 8.04?
>
> Mine is recognized, and I can start jackd using it, but I get no sound
> from the device and repeated error messages saying
>
> "cannot complete execution of the processing graph (Resource temporarily
> unavailable)"
>
> followed by the message "jackd has crashed"
>
> I have enabled raw1394 access and I am able to retrieve information from
> the device using gscanbus
>
> My system is a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. lspci reports the firewire
> controller as "FireWire (IEEE 1394): Ricoh Co Ltd R5C832 IEEE 1394
> Controller"

some Ricoh chips cause problems, my laptop is a IBM has a Ricoh chip and
Freebob is very unstable. Sorry i cannot give more detailed info maybe
someone can?

enrike

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Old 05-16-2008, 11:50 AM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 10:25 +0200, altern wrote:

>
> some Ricoh chips cause problems, my laptop is a IBM has a Ricoh chip and
> Freebob is very unstable. Sorry i cannot give more detailed info maybe
> someone can?

Having spent near enough to A$500 on this device I'm in no position to
go finding a PCMCIA firewire card to test on right now

I'm wondering if the following lines from the log are significant:

++ jack_rechain_graph():

client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.

client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.

client Hydrogen-1: in subgraph after qjackctl, execution_order=1.

client qjackctl: wait_fd=19, execution_order=2 (last client).

-- jack_rechain_graph()

unknown destination port in attempted connection [alsa_pcmlayback_1]



I'm using Hydrogen because it's quick to get noise out of. and when I
start that program I get a pair of error message boxes:

jack driver: cannot connect output port

and

Error starting audio driver

I have raw1394 enabled, and (at least during this attempt) I've run

$ sudo chmod a+rw /dev/raw1394

So it's not permissions. The input and output ports of the device are
recognised in jack, but I get no output or input ports for any software.

Chris


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Old 05-16-2008, 12:20 PM
altern
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

for me disabling few processes helped a lot. Wifi card, network manager,
and some processes started from cron and anacron. Also improved a lot
compiling Jack and freebob from source but it wasnt easy.

Chris Wenn(e)k dio:
> On Fri, 2008-05-16 at 10:25 +0200, altern wrote:
>
>> some Ricoh chips cause problems, my laptop is a IBM has a Ricoh chip and
>> Freebob is very unstable. Sorry i cannot give more detailed info maybe
>> someone can?
>
> Having spent near enough to A$500 on this device I'm in no position to
> go finding a PCMCIA firewire card to test on right now
>
> I'm wondering if the following lines from the log are significant:
>
> ++ jack_rechain_graph():
>
> client freebob_pcm: internal client, execution_order=0.
>
> client qjackctl: start_fd=7, execution_order=0.
>
> client Hydrogen-1: in subgraph after qjackctl, execution_order=1.
>
> client qjackctl: wait_fd=19, execution_order=2 (last client).
>
> -- jack_rechain_graph()
>
> unknown destination port in attempted connection [alsa_pcmlayback_1]
>
>
>
> I'm using Hydrogen because it's quick to get noise out of. and when I
> start that program I get a pair of error message boxes:
>
> jack driver: cannot connect output port
>
> and
>
> Error starting audio driver
>
> I have raw1394 enabled, and (at least during this attempt) I've run
>
> $ sudo chmod a+rw /dev/raw1394
>
> So it's not permissions. The input and output ports of the device are
> recognised in jack, but I get no output or input ports for any software.
>
> Chris
>
>


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Old 05-18-2008, 05:48 PM
"antoine clmot"
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

For hydrogen I think that maybe you have to edit your file .hydrogen which is in /home/"user"/ (hiden file).
For instance with gedit and replace "alsa_pcmlayback_1" and "alsa_pcmlayback_2" by "freeboblayback..." (if you're under Gutsy look out in the qjackctl what is the exact name of your outputs and type it in .hydrogen) OR by "systemlayback..." (if you're under Hardy).


Good luck

P.s. : what is the name of your outputs ports in qjackctl? ?

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Old 05-19-2008, 02:09 PM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

On Sun, 2008-05-18 at 19:48 +0200, antoine clmot wrote:
> For hydrogen I think that maybe you have to edit your file .hydrogen
> which is in /home/"user"/ (hiden file).
> For instance with gedit and replace "alsa_pcmlayback_1" and
> "alsa_pcmlayback_2" by "freeboblayback..." (if you're under Gutsy
> look out in the qjackctl what is the exact name of your outputs and
> type it in .hydrogen) OR by "systemlayback..." (if you're under
> Hardy).
>

OK. That's solved the driver errors in Hydrogen, but I still get no
sound...

> Good luck
>
> P.s. : what is the name of your outputs ports in qjackctl? ?

I'll check and get back to you.. Not at home right now


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Old 05-20-2008, 11:14 PM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

On Sun, 2008-05-18 at 19:48 +0200, antoine clmot wrote:
> luck
>
> P.s. : what is the name of your outputs ports in qjackctl? ?

The output ports are playback_1 through playback_8. Capture ports are
capture_1 through capture_6.

I've now updated the firmware by installing the device on a Mac, and
making sure it worked. However, returning to my Ubuntu laptop I still
get no sound from any Jack-aware applications. WHAT IS GOING ON?!

Chris


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Old 05-20-2008, 11:22 PM
Chris Wenn
 
Default Focusrite Saffire LE

Looking through syslog, I discovered the following lines:

May 21 09:19:28 zakalwe kernel: [ 3204.754527] ieee1394: Node suspended:
ID:BUS[0-01:1023] GUID[00130e0100041bbc]

May 21 09:19:44 zakalwe kernel: [ 3218.944011] ieee1394: Node resumed:
ID:BUS[0-01:1023] GUID[00130e0100041bbc]

May 21 09:20:26 zakalwe kernel: [ 3262.976019] ohci1394: fw-host0:
Unrecoverable error!

May 21 09:20:26 zakalwe kernel: [ 3262.976037] ohci1394: fw-host0: Iso
Xmit 0 Context died: ctrl[20649806] cmdptr[f000e2c3]

Any ideas?



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