Hi Rob,

Okay, good that you got it working anyway.

Regards,
Robert


2011/10/27 Rob W <h7th@yahoo.com>
It works now after updating my OS to Xubuntu 11.10.  Yes, jack did work with other apps.



----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Jonsson <spamatica@gmail.com>
To: Rob W <h7th@yahoo.com>; "muse >> lmuse-user" <lmuse-user@lists.sourceforge.net>
Cc:
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 3:03 AM
Subject: Re: [Lmuse-user] MusE failed to find a jack audio server

Hi Rob,

2011/9/25 Rob W <h7th@yahoo.com>:
> Muse is not self compiled.
>
> When I add an input track, I can not make a jack connection.  I can not see any options when I click on the mixer button at the bottom of the channel strip.

I assume you mean the iR button.

When using jack1 it seems it does not see your soundcard, maybe this
is the root cause.
Have you confirmed that you can connect some other application to jack?

With jack there is a utility jack_lsp that lists all available ports,
if you try it in a terminal it should list your soundcard inputs and
outputs. E.g.
$ jack_lsp
system:capture_1
system:capture_2
system:playback_1
system:playback_2

Do try it with both jack1 and jack2.

--
An idea is that it may be pulseaudio that somehow hides your soundcard.

Regards,
Robert


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