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qub333, any joy with Jack? I did have a look but it seemed a bit complex I use it when I boot up with Dynebolic and it works very well ...
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    qub333, any joy with Jack?

    I did have a look but it seemed a bit complex

    I use it when I boot up with Dynebolic and it works very well when it's configured correctly.
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    I would very much like to use jack, but just wondering... Does it support alsa. I mean I know nothing about linux sound except that it always gets out of syng and choppy in programs. The problem I see is that most apps are written for alsa/ arts. I was wondering if there is anyway to get jack to get sound out of programs written to interact with ALSA? And if so, how?

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