[chuck-dev] audicle-188.8.131.52 linux audio broken (jack & alsa)
schwaahed at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 17:31:40 EDT 2006
was trying to run audicle and chuck from the root account. This
is set up not to work on my system so I'm not tempted to be a
bad boy. Everything works fine when I run from a proper account.
so for any that are interested audicle works on my machine:
|=> audicle: 184.108.40.206 (quintesson)
|=> chuck: 220.127.116.11 (dracula)
exe target: linux (jack)
Linux schwaabook 2.6.17-gentoo-r5 #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Aug 14 18:05:03
EDT 2006 i686 Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2600 @ 2.16GHz
jack cvs from proaudio overlay
On 8/16/06, Ge Wang <gewang at cs.princeton.edu> wrote:
> > 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.
I was hoping that the newer X.org server would support nvidia drivers
by the time
audicle was ported to linux. I have to check whether this is possible
on Gentoo. If
it isn't I will have to down grade my Xserver inorder to get the
support for direct rendering.
The audicle is the only program that was going to compel me to
downgrade. I think that
it was a matter of nvidia upgrading the drivers. Any way...
Really nice work.!Thanks for inviting us to the dress up part of the show.
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