Pablo wrote:you should disable "no memory lock"
AutoStatic wrote:It's better to untick the no memory lock option.
AutoStatic wrote:your JACK prio is too high. Now the JACK watchdog thread runs with prio 99 and there is a big chance the audio group isn't allowed to do so which can cause weird issues with JACK. I'd lower it to below 80.
I got that from here
. "Priority is associated with the realtime options mentioned in the preparations article; while you can take it all the way to 90, I like to at least keep it at 89; that way, something utterly important to system stability will take precedence."
It is on 70 now, would you say that is alright? I do not understand either motivation
Ardour does work but it has too many hickups to use.
Starting Ardour I still get this warning
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WARNING: Your system has a limit for maximum amount of locked memory. This might cause Ardour to run out of memory before your system runs out of memory.
I found this
but the link is dead. And I do not understand this
Should I change to a RT-kernel
, and if yes, which one should I pick for Ubuntu 11.10?
AutoStatic wrote: You can change the funny portnames in the Display tab of QjackCtl's settings window. Try playing a bit with the JACK client/port aliases options.
Cool, yeah, that works. (I ticked: "enable client/port aliases" and than selected "first")
Thanks in advance!