Update has killed my work flow.....

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Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 5:17 pm

Hello good people,
so I had everything going well with very few Xruns, when in my late night/early morning delirium I agreed to an update. Since the update Jack will not connect.

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13:11:48.646 Patchbay deactivated.
13:11:48.756 Statistics reset.
Cannot connect to server socket err = No such file or directory
Cannot connect to server socket
jack server is not running or cannot be started
13:11:48.791 ALSA connection graph change.
13:11:48.988 ALSA connection change.

Is there a way to revert the system to how it was before the update? I believe jack got updated to Jack2 and ffado got updated to 2.0.1. If there is any other diagnostic info that I need to post let me know.

Thanks in advance,
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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Mon Oct 11, 2010 5:51 pm

Hello southpaw, if you open Synaptic and search for jack and ffado packages you can force a downgrade (select package then press ctrl+e).
You could also uninstall the unwanted packages and reinstall the versions you need.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:24 pm

Right on Auto,
so I removed all that had to do with Jack2 and FFADO 2.0.1, however I don't see where the old packages are. Is there a specific repo I need to go through? Sorry for the noob questions, your help has been greatly appreciated thus far.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:12 pm

Hello, check the directory /var/cache/apt/archives, that's where every single package resides that you have ever installed with a packagemanager (unless you did a apt-get clean in the past).
Otherwise you can install Jack1 from the standard repo's and FFADO from my FFADO repo, you have a recent Focusrite card right?

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:14 pm

AutoStatic wrote:Hello, check the directory /var/cache/apt/archives, that's where every single package resides that you have ever installed with a packagemanager (unless you did a apt-get clean in the past).
Otherwise you can install Jack1 from the standard repo's and FFADO from my FFADO repo, you have a recent Focusrite card right?

Yep I got the focusrite sapphire pro 24. Arlight, I will try that and post back.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:20 pm

Oh yeah, the Pro 24. I'm thinking about getting one too. My band has a Pro 10 that I use at home too but it's becoming very cumbersome to mess up my whole homestudio every week to take that thing out and put it back again. And at work we have a Pro 40 that works like a charm with Ubuntu 10.04 so I'm really thinking about getting the Pro 24. Recently Focusrite released the Pro 14, that could be an option too.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:29 pm

I still can't find it. This is weird. I remember doing an apt-get update, could this be the reason why I don't see it?

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:53 pm

Would it be easier to just reinstall because everything I am trying will not allow me to avoid jack2?

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:05 pm

Did you upgrade to Maverick Meerkat? Or do you have a PPA enabled that has Jack2 (like the PPA from FalkTX)? If it's an enabled PPA, just disable it and install Jack1 from the Lucid repo's.

But you could also use Jack2, if I look at the error message QjackCtl is probably looking for /usr/bin/jack while it probably should be /usr/bin/jackdmp for Jack2. The only specific version of a package you really need is FFADO from svn trunk (which you can download from my FFADO PPA).

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:38 pm

Okay so I disabled the FalkTX repo. Reinstalled Jack and the FFADO from your ppa and here is what I get....
Jack

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16:30:20.431 Patchbay deactivated.
16:30:20.441 Statistics reset.
16:30:20.457 ALSA connection graph change.
16:30:20.649 ALSA connection change.
16:30:22.551 Startup script...
16:30:22.552 artsshell -q terminate
sh: artsshell: not found
16:30:22.959 Startup script terminated with exit status=32512.
16:30:22.959 JACK is starting...
16:30:22.960 /usr/bin/jackd -P70 -dfirewire -dhw:0 -r44100 -p256 -n2
16:30:22.978 JACK was started with PID=1827.
16:30:22.979 JACK was stopped with exit status=1.
16:30:22.980 Post-shutdown script...
16:30:22.980 killall jackd
jackd 0.118.0
Copyright 2001-2009 Paul Davis, Stephane Letz, Jack O'Quinn, Torben Hohn 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
Memory locking is unlimited - this is dangerous. You should probably alter the line:
     @audio   -  memlock    unlimited
in your /etc/limits.conf to read:
     @audio   -  memlock    2946294
jackd: unknown driver 'firewire'
jackd: no process found
16:30:23.390 Post-shutdown script terminated with exit status=256.
16:30:25.063 Could not connect to JACK server as client. - Overall operation failed. - Unable to connect to server. Please check the messages window for more info.


Then I checked ffado-test Discover

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southpaw@southpaw-desktop:~$ ffado-test Discover
-----------------------------------------------
FFADO test and diagnostic utility
Part of the FFADO project -- www.ffado.org
Version: 2.999.0-
(C) 2008, Daniel Wagner, Pieter Palmers
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
-----------------------------------------------

00087238292: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[ 358] discover: Starting discovery...
00087344639: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087344702: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087344717: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087344736: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087344749: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087344767: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087344780: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087344870: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087344883: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087344898: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087344909: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087344924: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087344934: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087344949: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087345040: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087345140: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087345155: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087345171: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087345182: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087345196: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087345207: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087345291: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087345304: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087345318: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087345329: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087345343: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087345354: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087345368: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087345448: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087345464: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087345476: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087345491: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087345504: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087345520: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087345532: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087345736: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[ 620] discover: driver found for device 0
00087345813: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 163] showSetting:   Group: (null)
00087345831: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     vendorid = 4878 (0x0000130E)
00087345843: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     modelid = 7 (0x00000007)
00087345858: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     vendorname = Focusrite
00087345870: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     modelname = Saffire PRO 24
00087345884: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 185] showSetting:     driver = 20 (0x00000014)
00087345896: Debug (Configuration.cpp)[ 209] showSetting:     mixer = Saffire_Dice
00087410756: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[1398] read: No routes found. Base 0x7, offset 0x4000
00087437187: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[ 881] updateNameCache: What is this function about?
00087539596: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[ 657] discover: discovery of node 0 on port 0 done...
00087539653: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[ 665] discover: Discovery finished...
00087539695: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1252] showDeviceInfo: ===== Device Manager =====
00087539714: Debug (Element.cpp)[ 121] show: Element DeviceManager
00087539735: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1260] showDeviceInfo: --- IEEE1394 Service  0 ---
Iso handler info:
Dumping IsoHandlerManager Stream handler information...
 State: 2
00087539807: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1270] showDeviceInfo: --- Device  0 ---
00087539830: Debug (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 623] showDevice: Device is a DICE device
00087539856: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 214] showDevice: Attached to port.......: 0 (ohci1394)
00087539872: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 215] showDevice: Node...................: 0
00087539893: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 217] showDevice: Vendor name............: Focusrite
00087539910: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 219] showDevice: Model name.............: SAFFIRE_PRO_24
00087539932: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 221] showDevice: GUID...................: 00130e0401c00ed9
00087539960: Debug (ffadodevice.cpp)[ 226] showDevice: Assigned ID....: 00130e0401c00ed9
00087540050:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 626] showDevice:  DICE Parameter Space info:
00087540073:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 627] showDevice:   Global  : offset=0x0028 size=0360
00087540093:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 628] showDevice:   TX      : offset=0x0190 size=0568
00087540108:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 629] showDevice:                 nb=   1 size=0280
00087540141:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 630] showDevice:   RX      : offset=0x03C8 size=1128
00087540162:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 631] showDevice:                 nb=   1 size=0280
00087540287:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 632] showDevice:   UNUSED1 : offset=0x0830 size=0016
00087540307:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 633] showDevice:   UNUSED2 : offset=0x0000 size=0000
00087540326:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 635] showDevice:  Global param space:
00087541533:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 638] showDevice:   Owner            : 0x00000000FFFF0000
00087543422:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 641] showDevice:   Notification     : 0x00000000
00087546441:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 644] showDevice:   Nick name        : Pro24-000ed9
00087548179:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 648] showDevice:   Clock Select     : 0x02 0x0C
00087549495:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 652] showDevice:   Enable           : false
00087550862:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 656] showDevice:   Clock Status     : locked 0x01
00087553291:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 659] showDevice:   Extended Status  : 0x00000000
00087554660:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 662] showDevice:   Samplerate       : 0x0000AC44 (44100)
00087556238:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 665] showDevice:   Version          : 0x01000400
00087557613:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 674] showDevice:   Version          : 0x01000400 (1.0.4.0)
00087559216:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 677] showDevice:   Clock caps       : 0x112C001E
00087560838:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 680] showDevice:   Clock sources    :
00087560861:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES1
00087560884:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES2
00087560899:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     SPDIF-OPT
00087560918:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     SPDIF
00087560933:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES_ANY
00087560952:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     ADAT
00087560967:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     ADAT_AUX
00087560985:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Word Clock
00087561017:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
00087561045:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
00087561061:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
00087561080:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
00087561094:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Internal
00087561118:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 689] showDevice:  TX param space:
00087561132:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 690] showDevice:   Nb of xmit        : 1
00087561151:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 692] showDevice:   Transmitter 0:
00087562639:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 695] showDevice:    ISO channel       :  -1
00087564252:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 697] showDevice:    ISO speed         :   2
00087565626:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 700] showDevice:    Nb audio channels :  16
00087567279:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 702] showDevice:    Nb midi channels  :   1
00087568658:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 705] showDevice:    AC3 caps          : 0x00000000
00087570275:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 707] showDevice:    AC3 enable        : 0x00000000
00087571875:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 710] showDevice:    Channel names     :
00087571953:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 1
00087571969:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 2
00087571990:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 3
00087572041:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 4
00087572085:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      SPDIF L
00087572144:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      SPDIF R
00087572173:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 1
00087572187:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 2
00087572263:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 3
00087572282:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 4
00087572308:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 5
00087572323:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 6
00087572343:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 7
00087572358:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 8
00087572378:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      Loop 1
00087572393:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      Loop 2
00087572415:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 719] showDevice:  RX param space:
00087572430:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 720] showDevice:   Nb of recv        : 1
00087572456:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 722] showDevice:   Receiver 0:
00087574320:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 725] showDevice:    ISO channel       :  -1
00087575696:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 727] showDevice:    Sequence start    :   0
00087577332:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 730] showDevice:    Nb audio channels :   8
00087578709:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 732] showDevice:    Nb midi channels  :   1
00087580340:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 735] showDevice:    AC3 caps          : 0x00000000
00087581707:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 737] showDevice:    AC3 enable        : 0x00000000
00087583770:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 740] showDevice:    Channel names     :
00087583851:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Mon 1
00087583867:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Mon 2
00087583888:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 3
00087583902:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 4
00087583922:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 5
00087583937:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 6
00087583957:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      SPDIF L
00087583971:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      SPDIF R
00087583998: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1273] showDeviceInfo: Clock sync sources:
00087590081: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1282] showDeviceInfo:  Type: AES               , Id:  2, Valid: 1, Active: 0, Locked 0, Slipping: 0, Description: SPDIF-OPT
00087590165: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1282] showDeviceInfo:  Type: AES               , Id:  3, Valid: 1, Active: 0, Locked 0, Slipping: 0, Description: SPDIF
00087590183: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1282] showDeviceInfo:  Type: ADAT              , Id:  5, Valid: 1, Active: 0, Locked 0, Slipping: 0, Description: ADAT
00087590207: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1282] showDeviceInfo:  Type: Compound Syt Match, Id:  8, Valid: 1, Active: 0, Locked 0, Slipping: 0, Description: Unused
00087590223: Debug (devicemanager.cpp)[1282] showDeviceInfo:  Type: Internal          , Id: 12, Valid: 1, Active: 1, Locked 1, Slipping: 0, Description: Internal
no message buffer overruns


FFADO seems to see it but Jack doesn't.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:43 pm

Did you also reinstall the jackd-firewire package?

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:57 pm

Damn I feel silly :D . Sure enough, I thought that was already installed but it wasn't.
So this is what Jack shows now....

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16:52:20.831 Patchbay deactivated.
16:52:20.849 Statistics reset.
16:52:20.872 ALSA connection graph change.
16:52:21.064 ALSA connection change.
16:52:23.460 Startup script...
16:52:23.462 artsshell -q terminate
sh: artsshell: not found
16:52:23.870 Startup script terminated with exit status=32512.
16:52:23.870 JACK is starting...
16:52:23.871 /usr/bin/jackd -P70 -dfirewire -dhw:0 -r44100 -p256 -n2
jackd 0.118.0
Copyright 2001-2009 Paul Davis, Stephane Letz, Jack O'Quinn, Torben Hohn 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
Memory locking is unlimited - this is dangerous. You should probably alter the line:
     @audio   -  memlock    unlimited
in your /etc/limits.conf to read:
     @audio   -  memlock    2946294
no message buffer overruns
JACK compiled with System V SHM support.
16:52:23.899 JACK was started with PID=2397.
loading driver ..
Enhanced3DNow! detected
SSE2 detected
01535749868:  (ffado.cpp)[  92] ffado_streaming_init: libffado 2.999.0- built Aug 18 2010 13:36:42
01535983072: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[1398] read: No routes found. Base 0x7, offset 0x4000
01536014747: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[ 881] updateNameCache: What is this function about?
01536116957:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 626] showDevice:  DICE Parameter Space info:
01536116973:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 627] showDevice:   Global  : offset=0x0028 size=0360
01536116977:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 628] showDevice:   TX      : offset=0x0190 size=0568
01536116982:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 629] showDevice:                 nb=   1 size=0280
01536116985:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 630] showDevice:   RX      : offset=0x03C8 size=1128
01536116989:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 631] showDevice:                 nb=   1 size=0280
01536116992:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 632] showDevice:   UNUSED1 : offset=0x0830 size=0016
01536116995:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 633] showDevice:   UNUSED2 : offset=0x0000 size=0000
01536116999:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 635] showDevice:  Global param space:
01536118242:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 638] showDevice:   Owner            : 0x00000000FFFF0000
01536119817:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 641] showDevice:   Notification     : 0x00000010
01536123128:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 644] showDevice:   Nick name        : Pro24-000ed9
01536124741:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 648] showDevice:   Clock Select     : 0x01 0x0C
01536126102:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 652] showDevice:   Enable           : false
01536127699:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 656] showDevice:   Clock Status     : locked 0x01
01536129080:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 659] showDevice:   Extended Status  : 0x00000000
01536131256:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 662] showDevice:   Samplerate       : 0x0000AC44 (44100)
01536132818:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 665] showDevice:   Version          : 0x01000400
01536134133:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 674] showDevice:   Version          : 0x01000400 (1.0.4.0)
01536135682:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 677] showDevice:   Clock caps       : 0x112C001E
01536137231:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 680] showDevice:   Clock sources    :
01536137245:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES1
01536137254:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES2
01536137262:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     SPDIF-OPT
01536137270:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     SPDIF
01536137278:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     AES_ANY
01536137286:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     ADAT
01536137294:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     ADAT_AUX
01536137302:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Word Clock
01536137310:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
01536137318:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
01536137326:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
01536137334:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Unused
01536137342:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 686] showDevice:     Internal
01536137350:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 689] showDevice:  TX param space:
01536137358:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 690] showDevice:   Nb of xmit        : 1
01536137367:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 692] showDevice:   Transmitter 0:
01536138794:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 695] showDevice:    ISO channel       :  -1
01536140604:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 697] showDevice:    ISO speed         :   2
01536142133:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 700] showDevice:    Nb audio channels :  16
01536143594:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 702] showDevice:    Nb midi channels  :   1
01536145092:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 705] showDevice:    AC3 caps          : 0x00000000
01536146608:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 707] showDevice:    AC3 enable        : 0x00000000
01536148175:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 710] showDevice:    Channel names     :
01536148207:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 1
01536148216:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 2
01536148224:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 3
01536148232:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      IP 4
01536148240:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      SPDIF L
01536148248:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      SPDIF R
01536148256:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 1
01536148263:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 2
01536148271:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 3
01536148279:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 4
01536148289:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 5
01536148298:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 6
01536148305:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 7
01536148313:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      ADAT 8
01536148321:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      Loop 1
01536148329:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 715] showDevice:      Loop 2
01536148338:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 719] showDevice:  RX param space:
01536148346:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 720] showDevice:   Nb of recv        : 1
01536148354:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 722] showDevice:   Receiver 0:
01536149757:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 725] showDevice:    ISO channel       :  -1
01536151944:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 727] showDevice:    Sequence start    :   0
01536153546:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 730] showDevice:    Nb audio channels :   8
01536154911:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 732] showDevice:    Nb midi channels  :   1
01536156535:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 735] showDevice:    AC3 caps          : 0x00000000
01536157922:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 737] showDevice:    AC3 enable        : 0x00000000
01536159711:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 740] showDevice:    Channel names     :
01536159745:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Mon 1
01536159755:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Mon 2
01536159763:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 3
01536159771:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 4
01536159779:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 5
01536159787:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      Line 6
01536159795:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      SPDIF L
01536159803:  (dice_avdevice.cpp)[ 745] showDevice:      SPDIF R
16:52:26.055 Server configuration saved to "/home/southpaw/.jackdrc".
16:52:26.058 Statistics reset.
16:52:26.166 Client activated.
16:52:26.169 JACK connection change.
16:52:26.171 JACK connection graph change.
Enhanced3DNow! detected
SSE2 detected
16:52:27.756 XRUN callback (1).
16:52:43.124 XRUN callback (2).
16:52:46.950 XRUN callback (3).
16:52:54.482 XRUN callback (4).
firewire ERR: wait status < 0! (= -1)
DRIVER NT: could not run driver cycle
16:53:02.035 JACK connection graph change.
16:53:02.042 JACK connection change.
jack main caught signal 12
no message buffer overruns
16:53:02.335 Shutdown notification.
16:53:02.337 JACK is stopping...
16:53:02.341 JACK is being forced...
zombified - calling shutdown handler
16:53:02.542 JACK was stopped successfully.
16:53:02.543 Post-shutdown script...
16:53:02.544 killall jackd
jackd: no process found
16:53:02.956 Post-shutdown script terminated with exit status=256.


However, I am still getting the message in ffado- test Discover....

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01557956414: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[1398] read: No routes found. Base 0x7, offset 0x4000
01557983087: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[ 881] updateNameCache: What is this function about?


What is that all about?

sp
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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby autostatic » Tue Oct 12, 2010 10:01 am

southpaw wrote:

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firewire ERR: wait status < 0! (= -1)
DRIVER NT: could not run driver cycle
This could indicate something is blocking or interfering with the FireWire data stream. Did you configure your system for audio production? http://wiki.linuxmusicians.com/doku.php ... figuration

southpaw wrote:

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01557956414: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[1398] read: No routes found. Base 0x7, offset 0x4000
01557983087: Warning (dice_eap.cpp)[ 881] updateNameCache: What is this function about?
These messages are harmless, probably some things haven't been implemented yet. I get the same messages too but the card works fine.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Tue Oct 12, 2010 5:04 pm

Right on, I managed to take care of the NT:err. But the second one you mention was what I was more concerned with. If it doesn't affect recording and/or playback than I am fine with that. Thanks again for all your help Auto.

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Re: Update has killed my work flow.....

Postby southpaw » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:49 pm

So I have managed to get things running quite smoothly. That err I mention before disappeared after I installed Fluxbox. What a difference. So now I just use gnome for regular desktop usage and flux for audio. I was testing it out last night with my bass plugged into my focusrite>jackrack with 3 FX plugins, while running hydrogen and ardour for several hours and I only got 1 Xrun :mrgreen: .

I feel like a kid at a candy store now. Thanks Autostatic for your help.

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