Patrick Shirkey | 6 Jun 11:37 2002

User docs.

Can someone tell me the correct way to specify an output channel using jackd

I have tried hw:1,0 card1 second(the name in my .asoundrc file) but I 
cannot get it to find the device.

It would also be very helpful if this info is posted on the website for 
quick reference.

Something like Kais' ecasound sample user docs would be great.

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Patrick Shirkey | 6 Jun 11:47 2002

Re: User docs.

Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> Can someone tell me the correct way to specify an output channel using 
> jackd
> 
> I have tried hw:1,0 card1 second(the name in my .asoundrc file) but I 
> cannot get it to find the device.
> 
> It would also be very helpful if this info is posted on the website for 
> quick reference.
> 
> Something like Kais' ecasound sample user docs would be great.
> 
> 

In the mean time I have patched my second card into the linein of the 
first card. At least I can listen to realplayer and use jack at the same 
time now.

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Stefan Schwandter | 6 Jun 14:05 2002

Re: solaris patch

Stefan Kost wrote:

> BTW, My cvs binary has no option '--new-files' and it is :
> > cvs -v
> Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.1p1 (client/server)

AFAIK it's a diff option (and diff is used for cvs diff).

$ cvs diff --help 

[...]

-N  --new-file  Treat absent files as empty.

[...]

$ cvs --version

Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.2 (client/server)

However, I couldn't get this to work the last time I tried either...
But as Paul is using it I suppose it has to work somehow :-)

regards, Stefan

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Paul Davis | 6 Jun 13:07 2002
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Re: User docs.

>> Can someone tell me the correct way to specify an output channel using 
>> jackd
>> 
>> I have tried hw:1,0 card1 second(the name in my .asoundrc file) but I 
>> cannot get it to find the device.

this doesn't specify an output *channel*. it names the ALSA PCM device
for the alsa driver/client to use. if you have two cards, then

	jackd [ jackd options ] -d alsa -d hw:0,0  # use the first card
	jackd [ jackd options ] -d alsa -d hw:1,0  # use the second card,

in both cases, the 0 means "use the first PCM device on this
card". since many cards have only 1 PCM device, this is OK. Some have
2 or more, and in such cases, you may want "hw:N,M" where M > 0.
				
>> It would also be very helpful if this info is posted on the website for 
>> quick reference.

i consider this an ALSA doc issue. 

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Tim Westbrook | 6 Jun 02:23 2002
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Re: [OT] why doesn't my rpm accept -ba?

I don't know , but "rpmbuild -ba" works for me.
> i'm trying to build an RPM for softwerk, but -ba just generates the
> help message no what i do. it shows up as an option if i use --help,
> but i can't get it to do anything except print usage info with:
> 
>     rpm -ba softwerk-2.0.0.spec
> 
> any clues from any RPM-knowledgeable folk out there?
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Stefan Kost | 6 Jun 13:40 2002
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Re: solaris patch

Paul Davis wrote:
> stefan - please resubmit your patch *with* the m4 directory. this was
> missing and has consequently messed up the copy of the repository i
> was working from. i think i know what's in it, but i can't be certain.

Okay, I have recreated the patch against the current CVVS and included the missing file.

BTW, My cvs binary has no option '--new-files' and it is :
 > cvs -v
Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.1p1 (client/server)

Alternatively it now deocumentet and I am too silly to figure how to specify it along with the files I want to
diff against.

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Patrick Shirkey | 7 Jun 07:03 2002

Re: User docs.

Paul Davis wrote:
>>>Can someone tell me the correct way to specify an output channel using 
>>>jackd
>>>
>>>I have tried hw:1,0 card1 second(the name in my .asoundrc file) but I 
>>>cannot get it to find the device.
>>
> 
> this doesn't specify an output *channel*.

Poor choice of term. I meant PCM device but channel slipped in there 
somehow.

> it names the ALSA PCM device
> for the alsa driver/client to use. if you have two cards, then
> 
> 	jackd [ jackd options ] -d alsa -d hw:0,0  # use the first card
> 	jackd [ jackd options ] -d alsa -d hw:1,0  # use the second card,
> 

I have tried the above repeatedly and it does not work here. Alsaplayer 
will work using the same format.

---
# jackd -R -v -d alsa -d hw:1,0
jackd 0.33.0
Copyright 2001-2002 Paul Davis 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
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Paul Davis | 7 Jun 13:07 2002
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Re: User docs.

># jackd -R -v -d alsa -d hw:1,0
>jackd 0.33.0
>Copyright 2001-2002 Paul Davis 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
>
>587 waiting for signals
>creating alsa driver ... hw:1,0|1024|2|48000|swmon
>ALSA lib conf.c:3709:(parse_args) Unknown parameter 1
>ALSA lib conf.c:3830:(snd_config_expand) Parse arguments error: No such 
>file or directory
>ALSA lib control.c:601:(snd_ctl_open_noupdate) Invalid CTL hw:1,0
>control open "hw:1,0" (No such file or directory)
>cannot load driver module alsa
>jack main caught signal 15

Hmm. This reminds me of a good point. hw:N,M works (and worked for
you) to access the PCM device. But apparently it doesn't work to
access the control device of the corresponding card. JACK uses the
same name to open both devices. What you actually need are *2* entries
in your ~/.asoundrc file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------
pcm.FOO {
	... define the "FOO" PCM device
}

ctl.FOO {
	.... define the "FOO" control device
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Patrick Shirkey | 7 Jun 14:01 2002

Re: User docs.

Paul Davis wrote:
>># jackd -R -v -d alsa -d hw:1,0
>>jackd 0.33.0
>>Copyright 2001-2002 Paul Davis 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
>>
>>587 waiting for signals
>>creating alsa driver ... hw:1,0|1024|2|48000|swmon
>>ALSA lib conf.c:3709:(parse_args) Unknown parameter 1
>>ALSA lib conf.c:3830:(snd_config_expand) Parse arguments error: No such 
>>file or directory
>>ALSA lib control.c:601:(snd_ctl_open_noupdate) Invalid CTL hw:1,0
>>control open "hw:1,0" (No such file or directory)
>>cannot load driver module alsa
>>jack main caught signal 15
> 
> 
> Hmm. This reminds me of a good point. hw:N,M works (and worked for
> you) to access the PCM device. But apparently it doesn't work to
> access the control device of the corresponding card. JACK uses the
> same name to open both devices. What you actually need are *2* entries
> in your ~/.asoundrc file:
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> pcm.FOO {
> 	... define the "FOO" PCM device
> }
> 
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Richard Bown | 7 Jun 18:41 2002

ANNOUNCE: Rosegarden-4 v0.1.6 released

The Rosegarden development team announces the release of Rosegarden-4 v0.1.6,
a sequencer and musical notation editor for KDE2 and KDE3.  It supports the
ALSA 0.9 with JACK audio as well as the aRts sound system.

This is an alpha, development release and while not completely suitable for
end-users has some good functionality.

The project's homepage is at:

  http://www.all-day-breakfast.com/rosegarden/

Improvements since last release include :

- experimental JACK audio driver with recording (not yet sync'd with
  ALSA output)
- audio previews on Segments (but still no audio file insertion GUI)
- new quantize dialog in notation view
- track name shown at start of staff in notation
- matrix now shows time signature changes correctly
- a few handy keyboard accelerators in notation view
- a couple of new notation marks (marcato, staccatissimo)
- first pass at Lilypond file export, courtesy of Hans
  Kieserman, and at Csound scorefile export
- internal string usage should be unicode-clean throughout
- many notation properties now view-local, ensuring better
  support for different layouts, sizes or smoothings in
  different views at the same time
- first pass at previews of contents of segments on main view,
  though not yet optimised enough to be usable
- new matrix tools (note move, note duration change)
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