From: John Harrison <john.harrison@wi...> - 2006-05-15 18:06:56
I'm trying to run JACK on Debian Etch, which is running on top of
coLinux. High end Linux audio apps require jack so other solutions for
sound on coLinux (ESD etc.) won't work for me.
I'm hoping to run JACK with the dummy driver in coLinux. Then I can send
the sound to the parent OS using sockets. It seems to me that this
should be fine, as with a dummy driver there should be no need to access
the hardware layer. However, the command: jack -d dummy returns:
JACK compiled with System V SHM support.
loading driver ..
creating dummy driver ... dummy_pcm|48000|1024|21333|2|2
Floating point exception
I have tried playing with parameters for the dummy driver, but to no
avail. I have also tried earlier versions of JACK. They return
segmentation fault instead.
jackd -V returns:
jackd version 0.101.1 tmpdir /dev/shm protocol 15
All the audio apps requiring jack run fine, btw. So this appears to be
the only show stopper.
Earlier I tried ubuntu Breezy on top of coLinux and had the same problem
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