OK. Thanks so far,

Yep, tester is a member of audio:

root@av5devel:/home/tester# adduser tester audio
The user `tester' is already a member of `audio'.
root@av5devel:/home/tester#

I was wondering about libc as well...

Forgive my naivete but how do I downgrade from Squeeze's libc? I know how
to downgrade from Sid/Testing but not Stable.

Thanks (in advance) for your patience...

-GLEN


> On Fri, Feb 04, 2011 at 02:27:24PM -0800, i...@bandshed.net wrote:
>
>> Hi Adi,
>
> Hi!
>
>> Limits look messed up!
>>
>> tester@av5devel:~$ ulimit -l -r
>> max locked memory       (kbytes, -l) 64
>> real-time priority              (-r) 0
>> tester@av5devel:~$
>
> Ok, so the "good" news is: it's not caused by jackd, jackd failing is
> only the consequence and we're now looking for the root cause.
>
> tester is member of the audio group?
>
>> I have been using this kernel for a few weeks, and it runs JACK1 fine on
>> another Squeeze system that has not been upgraded.
>
> Who else might mess with limits? Pam? libc? systemd? I only see libc in
> your list of upgradeable packages.
>
> Could you try to manually upgrade/downgrade libc6-i686 (probably back
> and forth)?
>
>
> Cheers
>
> --
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