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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007320||bugs||2017-04-14 18:05||2017-05-03 12:08|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007320: Can't create projects when using JACK. Only with ALSA.|
|Description||I get a message saying that the project can't be saved or created.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Create a project using JACK in an folder.|
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Cannot reproduce (here with jack2 -- 1.9.11 from debian/stretch, jackdbus).
Can you start Ardour from the commandline: Is there any relevant output?
Is this an Ardour binary from ardour.org (weak-linked libjack) or Ubuntu's version?
Possibly another recurring Ubuntu bug: Does temporary `jackd -T terminate?
I recently came across this issue in ubuntu. Can you verify your user is in the audio group?
Relevant ubuntu documentation:
That rings a bell.. Ardour + JACK require realtime permissions (and jackd needs to run with rt-priority > 5). Ardour/ALSA will only print a warning but not hard fail if rt is not available.
The generic way is to set this up is http://jackaudio.org/faq/linux_rt_config.html
on debian based distros you can
`sudo dpkg-reconfigure jackd2`
allow realtime and re-login.
sudo adduser <user> audio
then logout/in is what worked for me.
||Hi guys! The notifications from the tracker landed in my SPAM-box and therefore I apologise that it has taken some time for me to get back to this thread. I am not at my Ubuntu computer right now but I will try out checking if I am in the audio group asap.|