[chuck-dev] audicle- linux audio broken (jack & alsa)

Ge Wang gewang at CS.Princeton.EDU
Wed Aug 16 17:04:45 EDT 2006


> audicle --silent

You shouldn't need to use this flag (which under the audicle is 
probably not a good idea).  which audio API did you compile for?
alsa? jack? or oss?

> freeglut (audicle): Unable to create direct context rendering for
> window 'audicle'
> This may hurt performance.

looks like you don't have direct rendering enabled for your system, which 
would probably result in much software rendering of the OpenGL graphics. 
It won't help the audio issue, but it would very likely free up much cpu 
for audio and give you much better framerates.

for the audio, we can look at the following:

what does it say when you print "audicle --version"?
what about "chuck --version" (assuming you have the command line chuck)
does chuck run okay on your system?
finally, what does "chuck --probe" output?

Let's get to the bottom of this.


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