[chuck] Bus Error - Trying to run ChucK for the first time
gary at music.mcgill.ca
Sun Jan 23 18:25:06 EST 2005
My current Linux system is still Fedora 1, so I need to get that
updated. Once I do that, I'll look into the Jack bus error thing
(since I wasn't having a problem like that before). This is the first
time I've heard about this problem ... though I admit I don't always
have time to read the ChucK posts.
On Jan 23, 2005, at 6:12 PM, Ge Wang wrote:
> Hi Gary!
> Thanks once again for RtAudio - in addition to straightfoward use and
> good performance (on most platforms), it really allows us to
> focus on designing the language. As you know, most of the software
> the soundlab uses RtAudio (including sndpeek, rt_lpc, mosievius, and
> more), which performs quite solidly on CoreAudio, ALSA, and Win32. The
> only consistent problem area is with Jack, though part of this may be
> to the current state of Jack (it's still pretty sensitive). For
> RtAudio seems to bus error when Jack initialization fails - which we
> to track down soon. I will start a thread on chuck-dev.
> As for Jack on OSX - I was aware that RtAudio doesn't support it, so it
> is somewhat surprising the ChucK compiled for Jack on OS X without
> modifications. This leads me to think that perhaps fixing Jack related
> issues (whatever they are) under Linux will also help on OS X. It
> certainly also make a lot of soundlab software better under Jack.
> Thanks again, Gary!
> soundlab software (list to grow soon):
> On Sun, 23 Jan 2005, Gary P.Scavone wrote:
>> If ChucK still relies on RtAudio for its audio I/O support, then there
>> is no Jack support for OS-X. I honestly don't know why someone would
>> want to use Jack in OS-X, since it is built on top of CoreAudio
>> (RtAudio supports CoreAudio directly). And also note that RtAudio
>> supports ASIO on Windows.
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