From: Jonathan Woithe <jwoithe@ph...> - 2011-04-20 23:04:36
> Maybe I have pretty good news! I have installed again all my system, and now
> can communicate motu and jack. Again, the physical led of the motu has
> changed from 48000 to 44100 when I started jack with that sample rate. At
> least, more than before!!
> Great surprise: now old 1394 stack is there (I don't understand it, but
> seems better anyway)
> old 1394 stack present.... True
> old 1394 stack loaded..... True
> old 1394 stack active..... True
> new 1394 stack present.... True
> new 1394 stack loaded..... True
> new 1394 stack active..... False
Yes. The only difference between the install which works and the one which
doesn't is the stack which is marked as "active". If the old stack is
active (as it is here) then things will work. This is no great surprise
since the versions of the kernel and libraw1394 supplied on this
distribution are not new enough to correctly operate with the new stack.
However, I would expect things to work much better on the old stack, which
is what we have found.
> I hope we can do something with...
Yes. Probably the first thing to do is to get a handle on what the problems
are. The first step is to run jackd and observe it. Does it exit soon
after starting, or does it stay running until you hit Ctrl-C? If it exits
it indicates that there is a fundamental problem with the processing of the
audio to/from the 828mk1. If it keeps running then it means that the basic
system is ok and may just need some tweaks here and there.
Please advise the outcome of this test and we can take things from there.
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