How to use jackctl from command line?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Aug 28 11:58:49 UTC 2017
There should be no problem running jackd, the jack daemon from the
command line. I do it all the time for my RME Multiface.
Note, though, you should not be attempting to use jack with the same
hardware sound device that you're using for speech-dispatcher or for
espeakup. That won't work.
I launch jackd like this:
#jackd --sync -X alsa_midi -dalsa -dhw:4 -r48000 -p256 -
jackd --sync -dalsa -dhw:4 -r48000 -p256 - 2>&1 &
More info on the jackd man page.
Linux for blind general discussion writes:
> I am running arch linux on a vm. I have a radio automation package
> that can output to jack. I'm also using a headless interface. I am
> wondering how I can make jack ports and connections from the
> commandline because I don't have a way to install a gui. The
> automation system is called aras and its running aras-daemon The
> player program could not be installed because I wasn't using a gui. I
> will give you the site so you could look at your self.
> http://aras.sourceforge.net/ Thanks and greatings from indiana. --
> Seth Hurst
> hurstseth405 at gmail.com
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