|author||Andrew Antle <email@example.com>||2010-07-20 08:37:06 -0500|
|committer||Erik Hanson <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2010-07-21 01:43:05 -0500|
audio/jack-audio-connection-kit: README cleanup
Signed-off-by: Robby Workman <email@example.com>
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1 files changed, 9 insertions, 10 deletions
diff --git a/audio/jack-audio-connection-kit/README b/audio/jack-audio-connection-kit/README
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-JACK is a low-latency audio server, written primarily for Linux. It can
+JACK is a low-latency audio server written primarily for Linux. It can
connect a number of different applications to an audio device, as well as
allow them to share audio among themselves. Its clients can run in their
own processes (ie. as a normal application) or they can run within a JACK
server instance (i.e. as a "plugin").
-jackd has to run with realtime priviledges. One way to do this on Slackware
-would be to use set_rlimits. Since 12.2 there's another way. If you have
-a filesystem that supports posix capabilities (reiserfs does not), you
-can grant jackd the rights to run in realtime mode, even when started as
-normal user with the following command:
+jackd has to run with realtime privileges. One way to do this on Slackware
+would be to use set_rlimits. Since 12.2 there's another way - if you have
+a filesystem that supports posix capabilities (reiserfs does not), you can
+grant jackd the rights to run in realtime mode, even when started as a normal
+user, with the following command:
setcap cap_ipc_lock,cap_sys_nice=ep /usr/bin/jackd
If you use qjackctl to start jack, it will need the same capabilities set
-to be able to start jack as non-root user. You can use the same command
-just with 'qjackctl' instead of 'jackd'
+to be able to start jack as non-root user. You can use the same command
+with 'qjackctl' instead of 'jackd'
-jack optionally uses libsndfile, libffado and celt, which are all available
+Optional dependencies are libsndfile, libffado, and celt.