[chuck-users] disabling autoconnect to jack

Atte André Jensen atte.jensen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 01:26:45 EDT 2008

lucas samaruga wrote:

> Why is considered baaad?

Because the user should be in charge og making the connections. Even a 
default behaviour of no connections (which admitedly can throw jack 
newcommers off) can easily be changed through the patch-bay, which let's 
you define connections jack should make for you.

To my knowledge there's not elegant way to disconnect an autoconnected 
program, whereas connections will be handled very smoothly by hosts like 

A reference (Esben Stien):
"> What do you mean by "external connection management"?
That connection management is handled by external applications, like
patchage, qjackctl, jack.plumber, LASH, etc. JACK applications should
never connect to anything by default."

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