I'm not sure you saw my message on LAD, so here it is again:
rosea grammostola wrote:
Maybe it's also good to package Ladish. It looks like it has more
potential then LASH, it is at least more active:
The development version of Qjackctl seems to have (partial) jackdbus
support now. I have jackd (--classic) and jackdbus (--dbus) on my
system without big problems. The only problem you can get it when you
stop an certain 'studio' in Ladish, some apps seems to autolaunch
jackd, and a running jackd prevents jackdbus to be started. I
suggested the Ladish developers to implement some kind of mechanism
which tracks if jackd is running when jackdbus/ladish can't be started.
But I suggest you to enable both --classic and --dbus for Debian,
along with the latest qjackctl with jackdbus support, so people can
use jackd and jackdbus.
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